Native American Art and Western art from the Great Smokies Fine Arts Gallery - Cherokee, NC
Native American Art Western Art
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The finest Native American Art and Western art
from the Great Smokies Fine Arts Gallery.

Upcoming Events:

Due to unforeseen circumstances Judy Larson
will not be doing her
Labor Day Show for 2013.
We are offering a free Judy Larson book with any art purchase. Look for new
horse piece called Stars and Stripes and a small
wolf piece coming out soon.
We look forward to a big year with Judy in 2014!

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Great Smokies
Fine Arts Gallery
1655 Acquoni Rd. Suite 3
Cherokee NC, 28719
Native Hands Craft Shop
1847 Tsali Blvd.
Cherokee, NC, 28719
Indian Arts And Crafts

The Gallery presents the work of esteemed artists such as Judy Larson, Martin Grelle, Robert Griffing and Howard Terpning, and it houses the Southeast’s largest collection of the works of renowned Cherokee artist Donald Vann, and is the number 1 gallery in the country selling Donald Vann's Work. It also represents producers of fine limited edition prints such as Greenwich Workshop, Somerset House and Art Brokers of Colorado. It is an authorized dealer for Mill Creek Studios.

Located in Cherokee, North Carolina, the home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the Gallery sells limited edition giclée prints of the works of internationally known Native American artists and Western artists, as well as beautiful traditional and contemporary baskets, pottery and other works created by Cherokee and other Native American crafters. Custom framing and rustic home furnishings are also available, and so are corporate and residential art collection design services.


Bonnie Marris

Judy Larson

Along with the artists that we display on our website we also represent the following:
Greenwich Workshop
Donald VannMartin Grelle

Native American CraftsIn 2002, gallery owners Janene and Todd Lancaster acquired the Native American Craft Shop, where they sell the outstanding basketry, pottery, beadwork, carvings and cornhusk dolls made by skilled artists of the Eastern Band of Cherokee and a number of other tribes. The Lancasters travel regularly to the western United States to choose fine arts and crafts that complement the wonderful creations made by local Cherokee artists.

Native American Art The Lancasters invite you to visit them in Cherokee, but in the meantime, you can shop on this web site for the same limited edition prints and other works you will find in their Great Smokies Fine Arts Gallery and Native American Craft Shop.

The Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1974 to support the ethical promotion and protection of authentic Native American art and culture. IACA works to stop fraud and abuse within the market for Indian art through education, publicity, authentication and use of our logo to indicate certified ethical businesses. IACA sponsors the largest wholesale trade shows of handmade Indian art in the world twice a year. Members include Native American artists, wholesale and retail dealers, museums, collectors and others who support the goals of the organization. IACA supports and works for the protection of indigenous art worldwide.

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