American Indian Art
  • American Craft Beer Week Kicks Off

    These days it seems like there is some sort of beer-centric celebration held every weekend. Well, if you haven’t had quite enough yet, American Craft Beer Week kicks off in the middle of May. This national celebration of all that is great and good about craft brewing is a bit different from other celebrations and […]

  • The gregarious blue art

    This appliqued georgette and net saree is totally different. The imagination of such a creation is worth mention. The teal blue saree has red patch border and multi coloured floral appliqué work done with sequin, bead, stone and resham that leaves the beholder speechless and awestruck. The whole work is an embodiment of feminine grace […]

  • American Design – The Prairie School

    In the late 19th and early 20th century there existed an important architectural movement known as the Prairie School. A large group of talented architects had been drawn to Chicago after the great fire of 1871 in order to rebuild the city. Their collective spirit was roused by the Greek and Roman Revival style buildings […]

  • Unique Native American Knives

    The Native American knife goes back in history to a time when the first Americans traveled to the New World. They brought their skills with them. Among those skills, was that of making flint knives. In time, Europeans brought the metal knife to the new world. The Native Americans were able to use these knives […]

  • The Native American Bead Jewelry

    December 7, 2015

    In the past centuries, bead jewelry had reflects the cultural diversity and history of its makers. The Native American tribes develop a distinct aesthetics rooted in their cultural traditions. These aesthetics were visually recorded their history and sought to capture a sense of oneness with nature. Artists and artisans produced jewelry of great beauty for […]

  • SILK- ART PERSONIFIED

    India is a country that is rich in history, culture and traditions. India’s culture is influenced by many regimes, rulers and traders. But still there are traditions that never change. Like the tradition of the silk saree, that represents royalty, purity and beauty. Silk fabric was first used in China. But over time, China started […]

  • Experience the African American Museum

    The California African American Museum or simply CAAM exist to preserve, collect, research and interpret for public enrichment, the art, the culture as well as the history of the African Americans with extra emphasis on California and the Western part of the United States of America. The CAAM is a storehouse of over 3,200 objects […]

  • Tribal Tattoo Art

    Tribal tattoo art is becoming more prominent every day. These unique designs which have a symbolic meaning for many tribes are worn today for decorative body art. Tribal tattooing began many years ago with countless traditional tribes. These tribes had tattoos for many reasons including spiritual, to identify families and clans, marriage, rites of passage, […]