Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Vancouver Winter Olympics Hockey Jerseys

It's still not too late to get Vancouver Winter Olympics hockey jerseys for your favourite country. Here's our suggested online source. Click on the graphic below to see them.

Native American Weapons

We have created a new webpage featuring our newly discovered sources for replicas of Native American weapons including tomahawks and bow and arrow sets. See our new page including photos at Native American Weapons.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Winter Olympics Native Art Gallery Newsletter Is Online

The February issue of our native art gallery newsletter is online and it's timely since it's about the current Winter Olympics in Vancouver. There are some useful links on there as well.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Sold Out Of Our Inuit Inukshuk Sculptures

We are sold out of our Inuit inukshuk sculptures but our partner Gallery Canada should have some. See their link at our Inuit Inukshuk page. Inukshuk sculptures have been popular because of the Vancouver winter Olympics.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Updated Most Videos On YouTube

Many of our videos on Native American art, culture and Inuit art are on YouTube and we just finished updating the descriptions of most of them. Since many art lovers are also personal growth enthusiasts, we have included links on the YouTube descriptions to personal growth author and motivational speaker Clint Cora who is a huge fan of native art.

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Native American Art On New Motivational TV Show

Motivational speaker, author and Native American art fan Clint Cora has launched a new online Motivational WebTV show and the first episode features one of the large Northwest Native art prints from his own collection at home. It's a sea serpent from NW legend. If your eyes are really sharp, you might be able to catch a small deer-wolf print above a lightswitch as well as an eagle print and some carvings in the background of one scene. He'll likely feature more artwork (both Northwest and Inuit) from his personal collection in future episodes. The premiere episode (about 7 minutes in duration) can be viewed right at the top of the Clint Cora homepage.