Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
6872 E. Sunrise Drive, Suite 130 Tucson, AZ 85750 (520) 722-7798, (800) 422-9382 of[email protected]emangallery.com www.medicinemangallery.com
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery specializes in Native American antiques, with a large online inventory that includes Navajo rugs, Navajo blankets, Pueblo pottery, Native American basketry, Hopi and Zuni katsinas, beadwork and old pawn and contemporary Native American jewelry. Other specialties include the lifework of Maynard Dixon, and the Taos founders. Contemporary artists include
Ed Mell, Howard Post, Billy Schenck, Josh Elliott, Francis Livingston, Ray Roberts, Dennis Ziemienski, Stephen C. Datz, John Moyers, Terri Kelly Moyers, Glenn Dean,
Fred Fellows, Deborah Copenhaver Fellows, Susan Kliewer, Veryl Goodnight, Doug
Hyde and many others. A number of shows are planned at the gallery for January and February: Stephen C. Datz, Canyons, Buttes, & Beyond from January 17 to February 7; New Works by Ziemienski running February 9 to 20; and New Works by Mell from February 21 to March 13.
“Tucson has long been a haven for collectors of art of the American West. We are fortunate to be able to offer a large selection of material in our 7,000-square-foot gallery space and 30 years in business has given us access to amazing collections. There is something for everyone, and we are one of the few galleries that handle a wide genre of art so our collectors have access to one-stop shopping for quality Western, modern and Native art.” — Mark Sublette, owner, Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
The “Rug Room” at Medicine Man Gallery in Tucson, Arizona.
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Deep Canyon Forms, oil, 20 x 20”, by Ed Mell.
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, Wild and Scenic, oil, 30 x 60”, by Stephen C. Datz.