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Welcome to Four Winds Arts with Spirit

Native American Art for the Beginner and Seasoned Collector. Please browse our collection and you’ll see what we mean. Carol Di Bene, owner, carefully hand selects the collection. In fact,finding meaningful – lasting items is her goal. Thus, you can trust that you are purchasing authentic items. Browse our online collection or visit our store in Old Town San Diego. You can begin your collection or find the item that’s perfect for your home or office.

If you have any questions, please email us or fill out the contact form.

Our Art includes:


Tribes of North America

  • Navajo
  • Hopi
  • Zuni
  • Santa Clara Pueblo
  • San Idelfonso
  • Isleta Pueblo
  • Taos Pueblo
  • Cochiti Pueblo
  • Lakota/Sioux
  • Passamaquoddy
  • Choctaw

 

  • Luseno
  • Kumeyaay
  • Alaskan
  • Haida
  • Apache
  • Todo Odham
  • Acoma
  • Chumash
  • Tsimshian
  • Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • San Juan Pueblo
  • San Felipe Pueblo

Arte from Mexico :

  • Oaxacan
  • Huichole
  • Puebla
  • Mayan
  • Michoacan
  • Nayarite
  • Guerrero
  • Casas Grande
  • Sonorra

Our artists include:

Pottery: Alice Cling, Preston Duwyenie, Debra Duwyenie, Marie & Julian, Rainy Naha (Daughter of Feather Woman), Grace Navassie (daughter of Frog Woman), Grace Mahle, E. D. Yepa, Rose Gonzales, Burel Naha (son of Feather Woman), Mary Small, Rose Devor, Melissa Yepa, Vickie Calabasas, Lucy Lewis, Delores Lewis, Delawepi, Mark Wayne Garcia, Noreen Simplicio, Tonita Hamilton Nampeyo, Loren Hamilton Nampeyo, Rachel Sahmie, Jean Sahmie, Priscilla Nampeyo, Delmar Polacca, Agnes Nahsonhoya, Anita Martinez, Mary E. Toya, Maria Priscilla Romero, T. Sando, Fannie Loretto, Juan Tafoya, Barbara Martinez Elizabeth Manygoats, B. Manygoats, Chris Teller, Elsie J. Joe, Dorothy Ami, Gloria Tahbo, Tina & Doug Engle, Mary Cain, Belen Tapia, Sandy Naranjo, Joseph Lonewolf, Stella Shutiva, Linda Askan (Jo Povi), Diane Halsey, Matillda & David Chinannna, Paul & Dorothy Gutierrez, Glenn La Fontaine, Vernon Jojola, Emerson Ami, Vigil, Trina Sileveira (Mata Ortiz), Lydia Quezada (Mata Ortiz), and some pre-columbian pottery

Jewelry: Orlando Crespin, Leo Coriz, Steve Coriz, Veronica & Herb Thompson, Bennard Dallasvuyama (nephew of Charles Laloma), Charlene Reano, Melanie & Michael Lente, Phyllis Rosetta, Richard Begay, Anthony Gatewood, Ric Charley, Tommy Billy, Abraham Begay, Alvin Begay, Dino Garcia, Cathy Whitman, Mitchel Sockoyma, Tom Ohmsatte, Jake Singer, Nick Garcia, Amelia Joe Chandler, Vernon Jojola, Wayne Muskett, Daisy Nastewa, Gerald Lomaventema, Steve La Rance, Clem Nellwood, Aurelia Coriz, Effie, Ben Nighthorse, George Willy,

Zuni Fetish Carvers: Kateri Quandalacy, Sandra Quandalacy, Stewart Quandalacy, Faye Quandalacy, The Quam Family, Pete Natachu, Steve Natachu, Will add to the list of carvers later.

Hopi Katsina Carvers: Alfred Lomaquahu (Bo), Coolidge Roy, Jr., Nuvadi, Neil David, Richard Jose, Henry Shelton, Keith Torres, Polyestewa, Ronald Honyumptewa, Floyd Nutumya, David Roy, Loren Hongeva, W. Sewemaenewa, Jerry Roy, Esther Jackson, Loretta Yestewa, Leon Lalo Polacca, Cecil Calmimptewa, Charles Jenkins age 13, S. Pahona, G. Puhuyesva, Manuel Chevarria, Andres Tyma,

Beadwork Artists: Bernadine Kills Plenty, Sioux,

Beaded Mocassins; Marge Mousseaux, Sioux

Beaded Dolls; David Brush, Cheyenne/Lakota

Beaded Medicine Bags and Tobacco Bags

Gourd Artists: Robert Rivera, Apache

Fine Art and Limited Edition Lithographs and Etchings: Robert Freeman, Benson Halwood, George Metzger, Ray Valdez, Robert Hewson, April White, Ben Paul, Tim Sampson, George Molnar, Gregory Perillo, David John, Melvin John, Maktima, Chris Morel

Navajo Weavings: Nancy Wauneka, Dah Bah Nelson

(if you don’t see your favorite here, please contact us to find out what additional pieces are in our store)