For more than two decades, the Prescott Indian Art Market has presented some of the finest native American art in the Southwest. Get ready to celebrate the Market’s 22nd anniversary!
It’s Two Days… of spectacular works of Indian art
on the four-acre Museum campus.
Backdrop for the Indian Art Market is the cool gardens of Sharlot Hall Museum. Comfortably warm temperatures and a steady stream of art enthusiasts enjoy viewing (and buying) exquisite wood and stone carvings, distinctive ceramics… sculptures in stone, leather, and ceramic… gorgeous paintings in acrylics, oil, watercolor… hand-woven baskets, blankets and clothing… distinctive jewelry and much, much more.
More than 102 juried American artists, representing 30 tribes and pueblos, will present traditional and contemporary artwork making PIAM one of the Southwest’s premier Indian-art markets. Featured artist for the 21st PIAM is Diné Navajo Jim Harrison, who captures the beauty of the Arizona and New Mexico night skies NOT with a brush and canvas, but with a dentist’s drill creating exquisite silver jewelry. His work of silver and mosaic inlays of semi-precious stones will be feature July 14-15 at the Indian Art Market.
If you’re a native American Indian artist interested in exhibiting at the 22nd Annual Prescott Indian Art Market, click here to read instructions on how to apply for participation in the juried show. If you’re a devotee and art enthusiast of beautiful native art, SAVE THE DATE: JULY 13-14