The Sharlot Hall Museum hosts the Prescott Indian Art Market to showcase the finest Native American art in the Southwest.
The backdrop for this year’s Prescott Indian Art Market is the cool gardens of Sharlot Hall Museum July 8-9, 2017. Enjoy the views of exquisite wood and stone carvings, distinctive ceramics, sculptures in stone, leather, and ceramics. Also, the art market will also include hand-woven baskets and blankets, clothing, jewelry, and much more.
The two-day festival expects around 100 artists to participate in the event this year. Art enthusiast’s throughout the nation and fans of beautiful native art mark your calendars for July 8-9.
Any Native American artists interested in exhibiting their work at the 20th Annual Prescott Indian Art Market can still enter! For additional instructions on how to participate in the juried show please click here.
The featured artist for the 20th Annual Indian Art Market is Diné Navajo artist Virgil J. Nez. This artist is known for his distinct style and unique use of color acrylics. Furthermore, his contemporary presentation of traditional values has intrigued art enthusiasts around the world.
The Sharlot Museum is located at 415 W. Gurley Street, Prescott, AZ 86301.
In addition, mouth-watering fry bread will also be a main highlight at the event! General admission for the Prescott Indian Art Market is $10 and kids are free. For more information about this event call 928-445-3122 or visit online at sharlot.org.