Cherokee Art Gallery

Welcome to the All Things Cherokee Art Gallery. Here we feature and sale traditional and contemporary Cherokee art by award winning and up-and-coming Cherokee artists. All artists here-within are enrolled citizens of the Cherokee Nation, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, or United Keetoowah Band.

If you have any questions about a specific artist or piece of art, please feel free to contact us. If you are a Cherokee artist who would like to join the gallery, please contact us for details.

Browse Cherokee Art Gallery By Medium


beadwork
Beadwork

textiles
Textiles

gourds
Gourds

pottery
Pottery

prints
Painting/Prints

photography
Photography

woodwork
Woodwork

Browse Cherokee Art Gallery By Artist Name

Native Art Shows

Art events in which artists submit their work for juried competition and sale.
April Art Under The Oaks
Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee, OK
Open to artists of all federally and state-recognized Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek, and Seminole tribes.
April – May Trail of Tears Art Show
Cherokee Heritage Center, Park Hill, OK
Open to artists of all federally-recognized tribes.
June – August Red Cloud Indian Art Show
Heritage Center, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, SD
Open to artists of all US and Canadian tribes.
September Cherokee National Holiday Art Show
Armory Municipal Center, Tahlequah, OK
Open to artists of all federally-recognized tribes.
September Cherokee Homecoming Art Show and Sale
Cherokee Heritage Center, Park Hill, OK
Open to artists of the three Cherokee federally-recognized tribes.

Native Art Markets

Art events in which artists pay for a booth or table and sell their own artwork.
January Carefree Indian Market and Cultural Festival
Carefree, AZ
“Nearly all exhibitors” are enrolled Indians.
January Colorado Indian Market
Denver, CO
Open to artists or craftspersons who create a product that is Indian, Southwest, Western, Wildlife or related.
February Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival (GTIAF)
Glenpool, OK
Open to anyone, no tribal enrollment check.
March Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market
Phoenix, AZ
Large market with 500-700 artists. Open to federally and state-recognized tribes and some non-US artists.
March Southwest Indian Art Fair (SWAIF)
Tucson, AZ
Market with 200-300 artists. Open to federally-recognized tribes.
May Artesian Arts Festival
Sulphur, OK
Open to Southeastern tribes, sponsored by the Chickasaw Nation.
May Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival
Santa Fe, NM
Market with 200-300 artists. Open to federally-recognized tribes.
June Eiteljorg Indian Market & Festival
Indianapolis, IN
Market with 200-300 artists. Open to federally and state-recognized tribes.
June Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival
Oklahoma City, OK
Open to state and federally-recognized tribes.
July NW Native Art Show
Portland, OR
Open to people with US CDIB cards.
July Cahokia Mounds Art Market/Contemporary Indian Art Show
Collinsville, IL
Open to all Native American artists.
July Gathering of People, Wind and Water
Rapid City, SD
Open to all federally-recognized tribes in Canada and US, with a Great Plains preference.
August SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market
Santa Fe, NM
Large market with 1100 artists. Open to US and Canadian federally-recognized tribal members.
August Indigenous Fine Art Market (IFAM)
Santa Fe, NM
Market with 200-300 artists. Open to federally and state-recognized tribes, Canadian tribes, and Native Hawaiian.
September Southeast Tribes Festival
Cherokee, NC
Open to members of the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, Seminole, and Cherokee, sponsored by the Museum of the Cherokee Indians.
September Haskell Indian Art Market (HIAM)
Lawrence, KS
Open to artists of all federally-recognized tribes.
September – October Southeastern Art Show and Market (SEASAM)
Tishimino, OK
Open to members of Southeastern and Woodlands tribes, sponsored by the Chickasaw Nation.
October Cherokee Art Market (CAM)
Hard Rock Cafe Casino & Hotel, Catoosa, OK
Open to all federally-recognized tribes, sponsored by the Cherokee Nation.
October Indian Art Market, Natural History Museum of Utah – Canyon
Canyon, UT
Open to artists of all Native American communities.
October Indigenous Peoples Art Market (IPAM)
Mount Pleasant, MI
Open to federally recognized tribes of US and Canada or non-enrolled people with ΒΌ blood quantum as demonstrated on their CDIB.
November American Indian Arts Marketplace, Autry National Center
Los Angeles, CA
Open to state and federally-recognized tribes.
December National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) Native Art Market
Washington, DC, and New York, NY
Open to Indigenous peoples of the Americas.