Essence of the Plains
American Indian arts and crafts, created by Kathy Dickerson and other Federally recognized American Indian Artists
Kathy is an accomplished Kiowa Artist and has made a company to bring her arts and crafts along with other American Indian artists works to the public. You will find leather work, beadwork, jewelry, drawings, greeting cards, cups , and much more.
We also carry Kathy's exclusive line of Sprays and candles which capture the essence of the plants, Cedar, Sage, Smudge spritz (blend), Buffalo Grass (aka Sweet grass) , and NDN Perfume.) used by American Indian tribal members across America
Essence of the Plains Scents,
Made by a Kiowa Tribal Citizen, LLC, MBE/WBE
Kiowa Tribe Gift shop - We are blessed and honored to announce the Kiowa Tribe Gift Shop is now carrying our line of Sprays and Candles. ( Kiowa Tribe Gift Shop is your one-stop shop for Native-made and Native-themed gifts. We offer original works as well as limited prints by Native American artists, along with handmade jewelry and supplies for artisans working on their own projects. Our storefront is located inside the Kiowa Tribe Complex at 100 Kiowa Way in Carnegie, Oklahoma. )
Green Earth Art Company- Hand crafted decorative art in concrete and cement. Curtis and Tim have created a wonderful art studio and retail shop right off of Cherokee street on Iowa Ave. Green Earth Art Company's shop is full of their amazing art and craftworks, along with many other artists contributions they have found and added to their shop. Well worth visiting .
Cahokia Mounds Museum Gift Shop- The Museum Gift Shop carries a wonderful assortment of Cahokia Mounds Souvenir items and handcrafted Native American-made items. They carry art and craft items from many of the Native American artists that participate in their Art Markets, which include pottery, jewelry, and wall hangings. There is a wide range of items varying from the Kid’s Corner to hand-made walrus-ivory sculpture from Alaskan native people. Their extensive selection of Native American jewelry is hand-picked by store manager, Linda Krieg, and represents the fine work of various Native American tribes. Whether you are shopping for a site souvenir, or the finest of intricate pieces of hand-crafted jewelry, there is something for everyone at the Museum Gift Shop
Missouri History Museum Gift shop- The Missouri History Museum in Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri, showcases Missouri history. It is operated by the Missouri Historical Society, which was founded in 1866. The main galleries of the museum are free through a public subsidy by the Metropolitan Zoological Park and Museum District.