Since 1996, Faust Gallery represents the finest examples of hand-made, authentic American Indian Art. Showcasing exceptional contemporary and vintage works in many mediums, including, fashions, jewelry, weavings, pottery, painting, glass, sculpture, monoprints and photography. Explore a unique cultural experience as you discover historic and current trends and fashion in American Indian art.
Phone: (505) 989-5360
Address: 114 E. Palace Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 MAP
Daily 10am - 6pm
Closed Major Holidays
Unique and multi-faceted works, which stand the test of time.
Gallery owner, Bill Faust traveled to the Southwest in 1976 with his great-aunt Lovena Ohl. Lovena was a former buyer for the Heard Museum Gift Shop and then opened her own gallery in 1978. She was called the “doyenne of American Indian Art” by the New York Times.
To this day, Bill continues his great aunt's legacy and dedication to the established, long-lasting relationships with artists and museums throughout the country, along with a commitment to superior quality craftmanship, materials, and authenticity in American Indian Art including jewelry, pottery, painting, photography, weavings and more.
The jewelers represented include such well-known names as Harvey Begay, Larry Golsh, Charles Supplee, Donnie Supplee, Carl Clark, Ric Charlie and Sonwai (Verma Nequatewa). The work of each of these jewelers combines an inspired mastery of techniques, history, and pioneering artistry.
Pottery works span the decades, from famous Maria Martinez, and Helen Cordero, to celebrated contemporary award-winners such as Russell Sanchez, Mary Janice Ortiz, and Al Qoyawayma, among others.
Faust Gallery guarantees that each piece of art being sold is authentically Native American.