Two originals by my old friend, Harrison Begay (1917-1912) The one at left is double-matted and framed. Image area: 10.5 by 13 inches. $975. My apologies for the glare on this lovely painting of a grandmother being shown a weaving done by one of her granddaughters. Image area: 13 by 17 inches. $1600.

Santo Domingo Pueblo cartoonist Ricardo Cate has been entertaining folks with his humor for many years. These originals - painted in acrylic - measure 8 by 10 and are $85 each. (click on image for larger version)
UPDATE: only the 2nd (from the left) is still available.


A new work from one of the most promising new Native artists on the horizon: Craig George. Image area: 15.5 by 19.5 inches. Framed. $1100. Philip Vigil is another such bright light. This abstract of his is acrylic on paper and floated under glass. Paper size: 23 by 30 inches. SOLD

Not only is the painting by Beatien Yazz 1950s vintage, but so is the copper frame - classic! Overall dimensions are 16 by 19 and the image itself is 11.5 by 8.75 inches. $975.

This painting at right is by Tse Ye Mu (Falling Cloud - Romando Vigil - 1902-1978) of San Ildefonso Pueblo. Image area: 19 by 11 inches. (SANTA FE)


Two remarkable and remarkably early RC Gorman originals - each with exceptional provenance.
The watercolor and ink of the woman grinding corn was painted about 1965/6and was illustrated in my father's first book Southwest Indian Arts & Crafts, published in Spring of 1966. Image area: 21 by 20 inches. In it's original frame. $9,000. 
The drawing was one of ten in a portfolio entitled Drawings/R.C.Gorman that accompanied a series of shows he had in 1968-69. A copy of the portfolio signed by RC and dated 1968 comes with this piece. Also $9,000.