NATIVE AMERICAN ART
FLURY & COMPANY
Vintage photographic works line these gallery walls, most of them by Edward Curtis. Curtis, in his North American Indian Project, began photographing Native Americans in the mid-1890s (including Chief Sealth’s daughter, Princess Angeline) and sold the images in his downtown Seattle studio. Open M-Sa, 11 am- 6 pm. 322 1st Ave. S, 206.587.0260.
STEINBRUECK NATIVE GALLERY
This gallery specializes in promoting emerging and established Northwest Coast Native artists, featuring a contemporary collection of masks, panels, silver and argillite jewelry and more. 2030 Western Ave., 206.441.3821.
For 35 years, this gallery, a member of the Seattle Art Dealers Association, has showcased contemporary masters of the Pacific Northwest Coast. They specialize in glass art, totem poles and masks, wood and metal sculpture, prints and fine jewelry. Open daily. 125 S. Jackson St., 866.405.4485.
THE LEGACY LTD.
A dealer since 1933, Legacy offers historic and contemporary Northwest Coast Indian and Alaskan Native art. Inside, you’ll discover traditional masks, boxes, bowls, jewelry and more. Open by appointment only. 11217 N. E. 15th St., Bellevue, 425.454.2363.