Santa Fe's finest collection of Native American and historical artifacts. Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/SherwoodsSpirit @SherwoodsSpirit
Sherwoods Spirit of America is Santa Fe's premier gallery specializing in Native American Artifacts and historic Americana. Please visit our website (http://sherwoodsspirit.com/) to view the finest collection of bead work, baskets, clothing, pottery, textiles, jewelry, moccasins, weapons, photographs and paintings available. We maintain an extensive, ever-changing inventory. Whether you are a long-time serious collector searching for specific items, a beginning collector or simply an admirer of historic artifacts, we are certain you will be impressed by the variety in our gallery.
Operating as usual
Happy Holidays to all of our friends and clients! Wishing everyone a happy and healthy holiday season! We will be open until 4:00 today for any last minute Christmas shopping!
Two beautiful Prairie Tobacco Bags, c1880’s
When you buy a beautiful trunk and the best part is the inside.
Brant Mackley Gallery, LLC
Mark your calendars for Friday the 14th! At 1 PM Mountain Standard Time the Santa Fe August 2020 Virtual Art Fair opens!
We are open under the Covid19 guidelines here in Santa Fe. I hope to see many of you in August but to those who cannot travel please mark your calendars for the virtual: Santa Fe August 2020 Native American and Tribal Arts Fair. August 14-18th. More information at: santafeaugust2020.com
A preview of our new collection of pottery!
Three beautiful new textiles. Info on website, link in bio
sfreporter.com Life might be slowly starting back up again, but it will never be the summer we had planned.
Memorial Day Bracelet Sale - All Bracelets 20% off. Info on website - www.sherwoodsspirit.com , link in bio! @ Santa Fe, New Mexico
ATADA - Authentic Tribal Art Dealers Association
The ATADA Online Show is Now Open! - See it now at https://atada.org/online-show
Brian Lebel's Old West Events
We are sad to announce that the June 26-28, 2020 Old West Show & Auction in Santa Fe has been cancelled due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis. Read the official statement on our website at: www.oldwestevents.com/covid-19. We hope all of you are safe and well.
Happy Sunday! @ Santa Fe, New Mexico
One more special piece...Early Southern Plains Bridle (possibly Comanche) watch for more info on our website!
Another treasure found...beautiful Cree Pad Saddle, excellent condition. More info on website later this week!
Holiday Jewelry Sale- up to 20% off select items. Please visit our website for complete collection. Please inquire for discounted prices. @ Downtown Santa Fe
Thank you to all of out loyal clients and followers...would you be so kind to please give us a review on Yelp! Thank you!
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Looking forward to seeing everyone at Indian Market!!
See you there!
Check out our 30 second television commercial for the Old West Show & Auction in Santa Fe this weekend!
Horse lovers, look at our latest acquisition! Osage Dance Shawl c.1910.
DM for price and more info.
Beautiful Arapaho Boys Vest c.1880-90. Available @ Santa Fe, New Mexico
Beautiful new collection of corn husk bags @ Sherwoods Spirit of America
Two beautiful new necklaces @ Sherwoods Spirit of America
Hope to see everyone there!! We will be in Booth 900
It's the patina of the American West and for 3 big days you feel it, touch it, and take it home! Click the link for discounted tickets and all the details! http://www.oldwestevents.com/mesa-schedule-location
See you there!
Fine Artifacts and Vintage Charm - View our website for more of our collection or contact us directly for personalized assistance from our knowledgeable staff.
us2.campaign-archive.com Navajo Silver Squash Blossom necklace with a sandcast Naja and cross form with small blue turquoise cabochon. 25" long without Naja
Our friends at the Idaho Museum of Natural History requested a video we produced on the Shoshone Parfleche, traveling bags made out of rawhide. We thought you might enjoy it as well.
Our thoughts and prayers are with our friends, clients and everyone affected by Hurricane Harvey.
A portion of our gallery sales will be donated to a Texas based Charity to benefit the people affected by this storm.
Newly acquired, late 1800's artifacts in excellent condition, embellished with fine beadwork , brass tacks and all sinew sewn. Inquire for further information 505-988-1776 or [email protected]
Indian Market outside Sherwoods! So much to see.
Take a look at this beautiful necklace we just got in!! Another Susan Backus original, one of a kind. Get it before it's gone!
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To empower and provide support by engaging alumni in the interest of sustaining and promoting the growth and development of the Institute of American Indian Arts.
For a $2 admission fee, experience this online gallery of Oliver Greer's incredible insect collection in Santa Fe, New Mexico, brought to you by Santa Fe Children's Museum.
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The non-profit MoCNA store supports the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Native American artists, and Native American businesses with the products we offer. All tax-free.
The Sante Fe Gallery
The primary goal of the New Mexico Military Museum will be to discover, preserve, and disseminate knowledge about New Mexico’s military history.
Located in the Railyard District, featuring Hard-edge painting and resin sculpture by Roger Kotoske and a program focused on geometric abstraction
The Railyard Arts District (RAD) is Santa Fe's premier destination for focused regional and international contemporary art.