acquiring native american artwork
You just found the perfect space and finished renovating it to fit your art shop. Everything seems to be going according to plan except you aren't entirely sure how you will get people to your art shop. While handing out flyers and business cards are good ways to get the ball rolling, those tactics will only take you so far. With something as visual as an art shop, there are a few creative ways in which you can drive traffic to your art shop.
The Tlingit tribe of western British Columbia and the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Alaska has a long and rich cultural history. Unlike many indigenous peoples, Tlingits weren't nomadic -- the Pacific Ocean, incoming rivers, and the rich, regional rainforests provided an abundance of food. The art produced by the Tlingits reflected their ability to establish permanent roots.
The creation of the elaborate totem poles that characterize their culture would not have been possible, for instance, for nomadic tribes to carve.
My family is very proud of our history. We have a very strong Native American bloodline and have embraced every element of the culture. My home is filled with Native American themed artwork, and I am always looking for more. Sometimes, it can be difficult to find new additions for my collection, but with patience and knowledge, I have managed to add three or four items each year. If you are interested in Native American art, go to my blog. There, you will find some beautiful pieces and some tips on how to acquire some for your very own collection.
You just found the perfect space and finished reno …
The Tlingit tribe of western British Columbia and …