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Opening August 2017

Best in Show

The Finest Examples of Antique Native American Art

Opening Reception:
Saturday, August 12, 2017 • 6-8pm

A Survey of antique North American Indian Art featuring late 18th, 19th , and early 20th century material from the Southwest, Plains, Great Lakes, Prairie and California peoples. Exceptional examples of pottery, jewelry, bead and quillwork, basketry, and textiles will be exhibited and available for purchase thru August 2017.

Highlights include:

A basketry degikup by Dat So La Lee (1835-1925) Washo
A late 18th C. Woodlands tri-fold black dyed buck skin and quilled pouch
A pair of silver and inlaid stone book ends by Leo Poblano (1905-1959) Zuni Pueblo, NM.
A late 18th c. presentation style pipe tomahawk

Featured Items Gallery

August 2016 Exhibition

The Art of War

Opening Reception:
Saturday, August 13, 2016

 

An exhibition highlighting objects from the “Warrior Complex" that were used in and related to battle. These items represented and identified a warrior’s status, accomplishments and authority.


August 2015 Exhibition

Our World: Figural Imagery in Plains Art

Opening Reception:
Saturday, August 15, 2015


August 2014 Exhibition

Pueblo Splendor ~ Pottery and Photographs from the American Southwest

Opening Reception:
Saturday, August 16, 2014
 

Exhibition and sale of 30 exceptional Pueblo ceramics. This group includes jars from Acoma, Cochiti, Santa Clara, San Ildefonso, Tesuque, Zia, and Zuni to name a few. 
With examples dating between 1725 and 1925, this exhibition celebrates the beauty and innovation achieved by Pueblo artists over the centuries.
To compliment this outstanding collection of ceramics, we will also highlight a number of iconic photographic images of Pueblo life by famed photographers including: E.S. Curtis, A.C. Vroman, J.K. Hillers, and G.W. James.


AUGUST 2013 EXHIBITION

PLAINS PIPE BAGS ~ EMBLEMS OF LEADERSHIP & DIPLOMACY

Opening Reception:
Saturday, August 10, 2013
 

Morning Star Gallery is proud to present this important collection of 30 exceptional 19th Century Plains Indian Pipe Bags.