Painting entitled "Sioux Sun Dance" by Oscar Howe, Yanktonai Sioux Tribe
Artwork © Tiffany Weeks
Artwork © Tiffany Weeks.

P.O. Box 74

Waterford, Wisconsin 53185

Email: AjInspiredEm@gmail.com

Web: www.Etsy.com/shop/AjInspiredem

Artist/Owner: Tiffany Weeks (Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, White Earth)

Products: Beadwork and handmade jewelry. Please visit my YouTube channel where I offer beading tips.

Antler Basketry 
Two Antler Baskets © Richard Gonzalez.
Two Antler Baskets. © Richard Gonzalez.

1109 Cedar Street

Grafton, Wisconsin 53024

Tel: (262) 530-6233

Email:  sagoli@sbcglobal.net

Website:  www.antlerbasketry.com

Artist/Owner: Richard J. González, M.A. (Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin)

Products: I make unique antler baskets primarily using deer, elk, and moose antlers. The baskets are woven using mixed media. The media I use include reed, dyed reed, hemp, sisal, and various types of yarns, etc. Special orders accepted. Credit cards accepted.

The Copper Artist & Copper Cattail Wind Chimes 
Artwork © Janice Lynn
Artwork © Janice Lynn.

The Copper Artist & Copper Cattail Wind Chimes 

11701 N. Eytcheson Road

Hayward, Wisconsin 54843

Tel: (715) 631-2021

Email: thecopperartist@gmail.com 

Artist/Owner: Janice Lynn (Lac Courte Oreilles)

Products: Wind chimes. Visa, Mastercard, and Discover cards accepted. Special orders accepted. Recipient of Ford Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and National Museum of the American Indian Grants.

Dennis Harnden

Artist (Lake Superior Ojibwa)

12833 N. Pfeifer Road

Hayward, Wisconsin 54843

Tel:  (715) 634-4323

Email:  photography@centurytel.net

Products:  Native American photographer.  Works includes giclee prints, portraits, nature and commercial photography.

Ho-Chunk Nation Department of Business

W 9814 Airport Road

Black River Falls Wisconsin 54615

Tel: 1 (800) 255-9466

Fax: (715) 284-1536

Email:  Ken.Lewis@ho-chunk.com

Manager: Greg Garvin (Ho-Chunk Nation)

Products: Hand-crafted Ho-Chunk artisan baskets, beadwork, Ho-Chunk applique clothing.

Karen Ann Hoffman 
"Wampum Urn" and "Flame Urn." © Karen A. Hoffman.
Wampum Urn and Flame Urn. © Karen A. Hoffman.

Iroquois Raised Beadwork Artist

3654 County Road M

Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481

Artist/Owner: Karen Ann Hoffman (Oneida)

Email:  karenannhoffman01@gmail.com

Products: Contemporary Iroquois raised beadwork with strong cultural connections to Iroquois history and traditional stories. My beadwork is included in the permanent collections of the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution; Wisconsin State Museum; New York State Museum; and Indianapolis Children’s Museum.

My beadwork has been exhibited at the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, Evanston, IL; Iroquois Indian Museum, Howe’s Cave, NY; Wisconsin History Museum, Madison, WI; Neville Museum, Green Bay, WI; Memorial Hall Museum, Deerfield, MA; and the Castellani Art Museum, Niagara Falls, NY.

Available for commissions, speaking engagements, and workshops. 

James Kelly

James Kelly

Iroquoise Raised Beadwork Artist

3125 S. Pine Avenue

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53207

Email: jlonghouse42@gmail.com

Artist: (Oneida)

Products: I am an Iroquois-raised contemporary beadwork artist who instill Iroquois history and culture into my artworks. My beadwork has been exhibited and displayed at the James Watrous Gallery (Madison, WI), the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, the Scarabocchio Art Museum (Steven’s Point, WI), and Oshkosh Public Museum. I am a review panelist for the Woodland Indian Arts Initiative and available for programs and workshops.  

Little Eagle Arts Foundation (LEAF)

P.O. Box 523

3889 Hwy 13

Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965

Email: littleeaglearts@gmail.com

Website: littleeaglearts.org

Founding Director: Melanie Tallmadge Sainz

Tribe: Ho-Chuck Nation of Wisconsin


Products: Great Lakes Tribal and contemporary arts and crafts; workshops and pop-up events

Ramona Morrow

Artist (Lac Courte Oreilles Chippewa)

14525 W Country Road K

Hayward, Wisconsin 54843

Tel: (715) 699-5234

Web:  morrowsnativeart.net


Email:  ramona@morrowsnativeart.net

Products: Native American Dolls, Beadwork, Regalia, Moccasins, Birchbark Baskets

Native Turtle 
"Sun Woman" and "Painted Hollow." © Terri O'Connor.
Sun Woman and Painted Hollow. © Terri O'Connor.

N3127 Hooker Rd.

Poynette, Wisconsin 53955

Email:  nativeturtle64@gmail.com

Web: www.nativeturtle.com

Owner:  Terri L. O'Connor (Stockbridge Munsee Band of Mohican)

Products:  Native American Contemporary Artist // acrylics,  graphite, colored pencil, conte pastels // work on various surfaces including deer antlers, rock, wood and stones.

Ojibwe Arts by Cathy Begay

Artist (Lac Courte Oreilles, Lake Superior Chippewa)

13879 W Agency Rd/Apt 3

Stone Lake, Wisconsin 54876

Tel: (715) 292-1726

Products:  Specializing in Ojibwe floral beadwork, moccasins, bags, etc.

Oneida Nation Museum Shop

P.O. Box 365

Oneida, Wisconsin 54155-0365

(7 mi west of Green Bay city limits at building W892, County Trunk EE)

Tel: 1 (800) 236-2214, or (920) 869-2768

Email:  MUSEUM@oneidanation.org

Web:  www.oneida-nsn.gov/our-ways/museum/gift-shop/

Gift Shop Coord: Edmund Blackthunder

Hours:  facebook/oneidamuseum

Products:  Local Oneida Nation and Six Nation’s Beaded earrings, necklaces, barrettes, silverwork, artwork and educational publications. For more information please see our Facebook page.

Pallet Projects by Michael (Michael F. Rader, LLC)

3902 Milwaukee, Street, #8993

PO Box 7188

Madison, Wisconsin WI 53707

Tel: (920) 288-2587

Owner: Michael F Rader (Menominee Nation Enrolled Member)

Website: www.uniquepalletprojects.com

Email: michael@uniquepalletprojects.com


Products:  Handmade décor and furniture, made from recycled, reclaimed pallets and other discarded furniture and wood. Custom orders are accepted.  Delivery for the State of Wisconsin only.  No Regular Hours.


Sweet Grass Designs

3960 S. Avon Drive

New Berlin, Wisconsin 53151

Artist/Owner:  Carol Zokan-Cameron (White Earth Chippewa)

Products:  Metal (copper) traditional and contemporary.  Native Images - mix mediums (sculpture, dream catchers, soft sculpture).

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