112 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 305
Topeka, Kanas 66603
Artist/Owner: Lisa Baker (Cherokee Nation)
Products: Authentic Native American art, gifts, and classes.
Artist (Cherokee Nation)
P.O. Box 750471
Topeka, Kansas 66675
No regular hours
Products: Cherokee double-wall baskets, cornhusk dolls, and contemporary arts such as black & white photography, artistically upcycled vintage clothing, and composing & recorded instrumental music. Special commissions welcomed, retail and wholesale available. E-mail me for more information.
Artisan/Owner: Shilow Campbell (Cherokee Nation)
11550 S Broadway Street
Peck, Kansas 67120
Facebook: Campbell Designs
Products: Jewelry, shirts, hats, and carved wood welcome signs, indoor signs, clocks, ladders, and more. Some custom orders are available. No regular hours.
7031 S.W. Queen's Ct.
Topeka, Kansas 66614
Tel: (785) 224-1655
Products: Ledger art, watercolors, mixed media paintings, limited edition prints, masks of woodland designs. Please call for appointment. MasterCard, Visa accepted. Retail, Wholesale. Mail order available. Write or call for additional information.
Artist/Owner: June Shreve (Cherokee)
Hillsboro, Kansas 67063
Tel: (316) 772-3898
Hours: By Appointment
Products: Fiber/textile art, weaving, beadwork, leather, mixed media. Commissions accepted. Contact for more information.
A Nonprofit Organization
Mid-America All-Indian Center
650 North Seneca
Wichita, Kansas 67203
(US Hwy 54 & I-35)
Tel: (316) 262-5221, ext 41
Hours: 10am-5pm, Tues-Sat; 1-5 pm, Sun; closed Mondays and holidays
Contact: Brema Kennedy
Products: Jewelry, pottery, paintings, beadwork, baskets, dolls, consignments, and mail order available.
111 W. Orange
Caney, Kansas 67333
Tel: (620) 879-2634
Artist/Owner: Margaret Ann Bird (Osage)
By appointment only.
Products: Osage, Cherokee, Delaware, Plains, and Woodland Indians traditional clothing for men and women (buckskin dresses, moccasins, breechcloths, leggings, skirts, shirts, blouses; broad-cloth blankets with applique, beadwork, and ribbonwork; shawls appliqued and embroidered; beadwork, finger weaving, and ribbonwork). Restoration and reproductions of museum pieces. Instruct group classes in making Indian clothing. Special and mail orders. Call or write for more information.
Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
Tel: (620) 249-3779
Artists/Owners: Kellye Quinton Prout (Cherokee) and Sherry Quinton Berndt (Cherokee)
Products: One of a kind pieces of handmade jewelry.