National Museum of the American Indian- A Smithsonian museum dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts of Native Americans. There are large collections and exhibits of Native American art.
Mario Martinez- a Yaqui Indian from Penjamo (in Scottsdale), the smallest of six Yaqui settlements, in Arizona. He is a member of The Pasqua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona. His work has been exhibited in 2005 in a one-person retrospective at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in New York.
Edgar Heap of Birds (Hock E Aye Vi)- a Cheyenne Arapaho. His art includes multi-disciplinary forms of public art messages, large scale drawings, Neuf Series acrylic paintings, prints and monumental porcelain enamel on steel outdoor sculpture.
Kay WalkingStick- A member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. She says her paintings take a broad view of what constitutes Native American Art. Her wish has been to express their Native & "non-native shared identity."
Peter Jemison- He is a member of the Heron Clan of the Seneca Nation. You can find some of his work at Berkshire Fine Arts. Jemison currently serves as the Historic Site Manager of Ganondagan State Historic Site â€“ the location of a 17th century Seneca town located in Victor, New York
Harvey Pratt- He is a Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal member and is recognized as an accomplished Native American Indian artist. He has won numerous awards and was named the Red Earth 2005 Honored One. He is a self taught, multi-talented artist involved in many media; oil, acrylic, watercolor, metal, clay and wood.