Source Directory Listings for Kansas
American Indian Art Center
206 S Buckeye Ave, Abilene, KS 67410
Tel: (913) 263-0090
Owner: Patt Murphy (Iowa/Sauk)
Hours: 10am-5pm daily
Products: Traditional and contemporary fine arts and crafts. Specializing in Woodland and Prairie Indian items. Retail.
Artist (Prairie Band Potawatomi)
Potawatomi Studio, 974 North 1892 Road, Lawrence, Kansas 66049
Tel: (785) 843-0680
Products: Fine arts, paintings, oil on canvas, watercolor paintings. Special orders accepted including paintings, sketches, and drawings. Subjects include wildlife, Native spirituality, birds, horses, bison, historical subjects, nature, and American Western subjects. No mail orders.
34420 Wabaunsee Road
Alma, Kansas 66401
Artist/Owner: Arthur J. Short Bull (Lakota)
Products: Original watercolor and acrylic paintings. Lakota poetry and imagery; horses, buffalo, birds, wolves. Portraits. Lakota history, i.e. Wounded Knee. Commissions accepted. Write or e-mail for more information.
Dolores Purdy Corcoran
7031 S.W. Queen's Ct
Topeka, KS 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.
Indian Museum Gift Shop
A Nonprofit Organization
Mid-America All-Indian Center
650 North Seneca, Wichita, KS 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, KS 67333
Tel: (620) 879-2634
Artisan/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.
Two Keetoowah Sisters
1616-B South Broadway, Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
Tel: (620) 231-8232
Owners/Artisans: Kellye Quinton Prout (Cherokee) and Sherry Quinton Berndt (Cherokee)
Products: One of a kind pieces of handmade jewelry.
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