Art Of The Southwest including galleries, museums, and interesting links relating to southwest art.
Southwest Art is about the beauty of the Southwest USA and the art it has inspired.
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Southwest art is normally created in or based on the beauty of the of the Four Corners area, a term applied to the unique area in the USA where the corners of four states meet. The states are Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. The corners are marked by a concrete monument bearing the seal of each state. It is the only site in the United States where this occurs.

Southwestern art usually features Indian baskets, beadwork, kachinas, Navajo rugs, old pawn jewelry, contemporary jewelry, turquoise, bracelets, necklace, pottery and wall art. While there is a great deal of art created by Native Americans, there are also many non-native artists whose appreciate the art of the southwest and their work expresses that feeling.

There are many accessories and decorating ideas for your southwest or western decor interior design. Southwest paintings are frequently landscapes or high country images that and can be watercolors, oils or acrylic.

Southwest art combines intrinsic spirit with a timeless appeal. Techniques and materials used are often as ancestors did thousands of years ago as well as those that have evolved more recently. The variety of materials provides the opportunity of personal expression with an ever changing evolution of the art.

What is the best part of art of the southwest? The excitement you will experience when shopping for and buying it, and the rewarding pleasure you will have from owning it for many years to come.

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