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  • Aboriginal Art - The Last Great Art Movement  By : Michiel Van Kets
    Australian Aboriginal Art is truly an art form of huge importance. Robert Hughes is a prominent art critic and long time writer for Time Magazine and describes Aboriginal Art as the ‘last great art movement’.
  • Native American Indian Tribes of Sonoma County  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Sonoma County, also known as the wine country, and its total of approximately 1,800 square miles was officially founded in 1850. However, the area's scenic beauty, rich soil, hospitable year-round climate and easy access to ocean and river fishing as well as plentiful hunting grounds attracted inhabitants for many centuries. The Pomo, the Coast Miwok, the Patwin and the Wappo Indian tribes were its earliest known and documented inhabitants dating as far back as 8,000 BC.
  • Native American Collectibles  By : Kristy Annely
    Native American collectibles are popular the world over, for they offer an insight into the unique and distinct culture of the Native Americans. Their culture is centuries old and continues to have a mystique around it. One can find literally thousands of antique stores who deal with Native American antiques.
  • Native American Art: Traditional Aspects and Modern Perspectives  By : Robbie Darmona
    Native American art has been popular amongst Europeans ever since the discovery of the American continent. But it changed significantly since the Europeans interfered in the natural lifestyle of the Native Americans. Nowadays, the term “modern art” is very popular even when considering the traditional Native American art.
  • Native American Art - Origin and Different Traditions  By : Robbie Darmona
    No written records of Native Americans exist before the 1500s, when the European seamen discovered the American continent. The period before 1500s is considered by scholars as prehistoric. During that time and after, Native Americans had created their own states, history and art.
  • Native American Art Auctions: Art Antiques  By : John Ugoshowa
    Whether traditional or contemporary, Native American artwork is both highly collectible and universally appealing. Native American art forms the basis of many exemplary public as well as private art collections. People that collect Native American artwork can be very passionate about their collections.
  • African Art - sculpture with a deeper meaning  By : Susan G Phillips
    Traditional African art is often unusual and abstract. Sculptures of human figures may have out of proportion elements such as an over-sized head coupled with a tiny body form.
  • Buying Genuine American Indian Jewelry and Crafts  By : Sam Serio
    Buying American Indian jewelry and crafts can be fun, exciting and confusing. Whether you’re considering a gift of American Indian jewelry and crafts for someone special or as a treat for yourself, take some time to learn the terms used in the industry.
  • My Favorite Mermaid  By : Vincent Carlucci
    My favorite mermaid is Mami Wata. She is a fertility goddess from Africa and her cult is still very popular there. Mami Wata is a corruption of the English words Water Mother. It is a reference to her status as the goddess of the waters and the mother of life on earth.
  • American Indian Art Auctions: Beadwork  By : Patrick Hammond
    The artworks made by the American Indian incorporate numerous varieties of arts and crafts. The diversity of the American Indian art ranges from the traditional beadwork, pottery and other conventional Native American art to the fine paintings, sculptures, photography and other sophisticated works.
  • Collecting Native American Pottery  By : Pat Doyle
    Native American pottery is fun to collect. There are so many
    different pueblos, and each one has its own style of pottery.
    While collecting the pottery, you are also learning a lot about
    Native American art and culture



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