Our recent move to the Hopi
reservation has provided us with a unique opportunity to combine
forces with one of the most preeminent trading families in Hopi
history - the McGee's.
Acquired from Lorenzo Hubbel
near the turn of the 19th century, the Keam's Canyon Trading
Post (now McGee's Indian Art Gallery) has been in operation on
the Hopi reservation since it was originally established by Thomas
Varker Keam in the mid- to late-eighteen hundreds.
Following a long family tradition,
Ron McGee still maintains his personal relationships with many
hundred talented Hopi artists. No one has the resources or relationships
that the McGees have here in Hopi.
You can expect to see greatly
expanded offerings, including a wide variety of traditional and
contemporary Hopi kachina dolls (Ron's specialty), as well as
a larger selection of other Hopi arts including baskets, jewelry,
As always, you can continue
to expect to see the latest and greatest in Hopi (and other Pueblo)
pottery as our partnership comes to life.
We want to hear from you.
Please let us know what you would like to see, and feel free
to share your comments, questions, or suggestions with us. If
there is any way we can improve our offerings or our services,
we want to know. You are our greatest asset.
Thank you, and best regards!
Ancient Nations: Indigenous
and now, McGees Indian Art Gallery
Keams Canyon, Arizona