Visit Native American artist working studio/gallery & silversmith school

June 29, 2016

You are invited this coming weekend July 1-4, 2016 from 10am-6pm to celebrate the Grand Opening of a special kind of Native American artist venue in Cherokee, NC.  The well-known Cherokee artist General B. Grant is introducing for the very first time a concept of an artist working studio and gallery that will create a new image of Cherokee as a meeting place for artists and collectors to get acquainted on a personal level. 

The venue will include a silversmith school with a main focus on teaching students that are disadvantaged due to ADHD, dyslexia, etc. 

Take the extraordinary opportunity to order a custom-made piece and to start or expand a collection of authentic and high quality contemporary and primitive Native American art and jewelry. Also, learn more about the beautiful custom-made Cherokee Syllabary jewelry made in Sterling Silver that will be only available at this location.

The grand opening is supported by the following artists:

David Farnham, Onondaga, Canada; soapstone & leather sculptures; antler carvings

Barbara Huntoon presenting Fine Art by Rex A. Begaye, Dine’, Arizona

Diane Schenandoah, Oneida, New York; sculptures

Antonio Grant, Cherokee/Navajo, Cherokee, NC; shell carvings, jewelry

Woody Richards, Oglala Sioux, South Dakota; historical cultural items

If you would like more information or need directions, please contact Traditional Hands Native American Art & Jewelry Gallery, located downtown Cherokee, NC at 828-554-5884 or email at