Native American Artists
Our artists are not only too humble to write anything about themselves, but are also a little "camera-shy." As we know more, we will post it here so that you may enjoy it and learn about them too.
The Hopi carvers, who openly share so much of their cultural history with us through their Katsina carvings; the Zuni artists, who carve beautiful stone talismans for us to honor and to aid us in our journey through life.
The Native American pottery artists from Acoma, Hopi, Jemez, Laguna, Mohawk, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Santa Clara, Santo Domingo, Navajo, Laguna and Zuni, who all create such beautiful pottery in either traditional handbuilt or ceramic style. The Cherokee, Cochiti, Creek, Navajo and Tigua who create our artifacts, musical instruments and of course, the wonderful Navajo weavings. The Navajo who make all of our Navajo Kachinas…without all of these people, willing to share their culture and their talents with us, we would not be able to share them with you.
Kachina House is always looking for new Native American artists. If you would like to work with us, e-mail us photos of your work and pricing or call us toll free at 800-304-3290; we look forward to hearing from you.