About Chief Seattle Arts
Our headquarters are on Bainbridge Island, the onetime home of legendary Suquamish leader Chief Seattle. He is buried one mile north of Bainbridge Island in the town of Suquamish on the Port Madison Reservation, the home of his people, the Suquamish Indian Nation. Bainbridge Island and Suquamish are west of the city of Seattle on Puget Sound in the state of Washington--a state named in honor of another great American leader.
We established Chief Seattle Arts to help artists of the Northwest Coast sell their spectacular artworks. We also feature books about their artworks, plus music and books by and about American Indians of the Northwest Coast. To receive regular updates about new artists, artworks, and information on our site, please sign our Guest Book!
We sell artworks by American Indians, non-Indians, and Canadian First Peoples. We abide by all provisions of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990, which protects American Indian artists from imitators. Through our Gallery Giving Fund, we donate 5% of the purchase price of every artwork we sell to causes that benefit American Indians.
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