Tribes 131 Fine Art, Jewelry & Gifts

Tribes 131 Fine Art, Jewelry & Gifts 131 24th Ave NW
Norman, OK 73069

Phone: 405-329-4442
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Tribes 131 Fine Art, Gifts & Jewelry is one of Oklahoma's premier galleries containing American Indian and Southwest-inspired fine arts.  Located in Norman, Tribes 131 is a one-stop gallery for works by well-known artisans.  Tribes 131 features everything from historical artwork to abstract pieces, including a variety of non-native and gift items.  This Norman gallery offers a full line of jewelry, pottery, baskets, kachinas, textiles, prints, bronzes, clay and alabaster sculptures, masks, beadwork and a large variety of made in Oklahoma gift items.  Historical works ...

Tribes 131 Fine Art, Gifts & Jewelry is one of Oklahoma's premier galleries containing American Indian and Southwest-inspired fine arts.  Located in Norman, Tribes 131 is a one-stop gallery for works by well-known artisans.  Tribes 131 features everything from historical artwork to abstract pieces, including a variety of non-native and gift items.  This Norman gallery offers a full line of jewelry, pottery, baskets, kachinas, textiles, prints, bronzes, clay and alabaster sculptures, masks, beadwork and a large variety of made in Oklahoma gift items.  Historical works vary and often sell quickly.  Tribes 131 also has works by other artists on consignment and the largest inventory of Doc Tate Nevaquaya and Mirac Creepingbear originals for sale.

Visit Tribes 131 Fine Art, Gifts & Jewelry for original works in all price points.  Artists featured in the past at Tribes 131 include Troy Anderson, Calvin Begay, Heidi Bigknife, Roy Boney, Jr., Dylan Cavin, Sherman Chaddlesone, Wayne Cooper, Dolores Purdy Corcoran, Joseph Erb, Brent Greenwood, Benjamin Harjo, Jr., Michael Horse, Mary Howard, Norma Howard, Murv Jacob, Steven Judd, David Kaskaske, Brent Learned, Gwen Coleman Lester, George Levi, Robby McMurtry, Mary Beth Nelson, Joe Dale Nevaquaya, Elena Pate, Harvey Pratt, Jeri Redcorn, Austin Real Rider, Bert Seabourn, Connie Seabourn, Patricia Baxter Shebola, Dorothy Sullivan, Daryl Talbot, Richard Ray Whitma and Dwayne Wilcox.

A Native American Art Calendar signing is held annually the first week of December.  Tribes 131 also hosts monthly events featuring different artists and meet-and-greets during opening night receptions.  These events are free and open to the public.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35

  • Suitable for Ages: Adults (18+), Children (up to 12), Teens (13-18)

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Open

Close

Tuesday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Also open by appointment.

From I-35, take Main St E. At the 2nd stoplight (24th Ave), turn north (right). Tribes 131 Gallery sits in the first shopping center on the east side of the street.

Primary Contact:

Leslie Zinbi




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From Mark on 04/01/11

great gallery!


From owner on 03/27/11

Thank you for visiting Tribes and all the kind words, we try to provide the best in American Indian, Southwest & some Western art. The variety and inventory housed at the gallery is second to none in the area and we work with only seasoned professional artists who value their work and enjoy meeting their fans and the public. I speak on behalf of the artists as I say we are thankful for the 20+ years Norman has embraced us and for all the customers and friends - we look forward to visiting with you again and hope that you will continue to support the artists and arts, whether at Tribes or at other venues across the Nation. Thank you and safe travels! Remember our monthly shows...if you are unable to attend, we post them online.


From John & Shannon on 03/27/11

Thank you for this page! We drove down to this gallery yesterday and were amazed at the selection and variety of work. Hidden treasure! Why don't we hear more about these types of galleries on the news and in the media? The art is just outstanding. The gallery owner is very nice and I even met a few artists that were in dropping off work for a Humorous show, can't wait to see. Our new favorite place. Oh, the jewelry she just got in by a Mr. Begay was incredible, could not leave without a piece!


From Sarah Pacshor on 09/22/10

Stopped in this gallery before an OU football game - what a treasure! The owner's daughter helped me with jewelry while my partner purchased a lovely original painting by Mr. Hokeah. Can't remember the young girls name but she was sweet and very helpful...I love my earrings!


From Janet on 08/01/10

The best in Native American/Indian Art Oklahoma has to offer! We travel into Oklahoma each year from Virginia and stumbled onto this gallery in Norman! Can't wait for our return next year. We did purchase works by a few artists and will be adding to our collection! Thank you!


 
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