As befitting an area heavily influenced by Indian history and culture, the Flagstaff arts scene relies heavily on
its wealth of local artists. Carvers, potters, silversmiths and weavers from the Hopi and Navajo communities have
been trading their fine arts in Flagstaff for many generations.
The Flagstaff Art Barn was founded in 1963 as a non-profit center that displayed and encouraged local art. We
continue this tradition with a particular emphasis on the art of Native Americans. While most of the art offered
for sale is from the immediate local Navajo and Hopi artists, we also offer a wide selection of art by many
other Native American communities.