Bryans Gallery

Southwest Native American Arts and Jewelry in Taos since 1982

Taos Pueblo Art: Ned Archuletta, Bernadette Track, Dawning Pollen Shorty, Angie Yazzie, Michael and Casandra Dukapoo, Glenn Gomez, Joe Gomez, Pob Calle, Arron Mirabal, Tseme, John Suazo.

Bryans Gallery

Owner Bryan Steger is opened the doors of Bryans Gallery on April Fools' Day in 1982. Representing native arts and jewelry of the region for so many years, he's worked with several generations from many of the families now. He's developed a good reputation, both with the artists he represents and with customers. As you can imagine, he knows his business. And the people he hires to work with him do, too. You can count on personable, professional, knowledgeable, customer service in person, online, and over the phone.

Bryans Gallery covers the gamut of Native American and Southwestern art. You'll find contemporary pieces along side the best old pawn and estate pieces — pottery, paintings, turned wood, sculpture, jewelry, baskets, rugs, Zuni fetishes, rattles, storytellers, folk art, Santos carvings ... and always a surprise or two.

We are proud to feature many works from the Northern Pueblos of New Mexico, Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo lands.

Your visits and calls are always welcome

Our brick and mortar store front is in the light-filled 1948 Howell Building at
121 Kit Carson Road, Taos, New Mexico, 85751
Phone: 575 758 9407

We also have an eBay store, Bryans Native Arts and Coins of Taos.

Email us through our contact page or at bryan@bryansgallery.com 

STORE HOURS:
10:00 - 5:00 daily (except major holidays & Super Bowl Sunday)