About Many Horses Jewelry Supply


Kutenai Parfleche cylinder

Hau Koda , Hello Friend (Dakota Sioux Dialect)

Welcome To Many Horses Artwork of the Plains
the site devoted to Artwork of the American Plains Indians

About the Artist
Work by artist Michael Schwab can be found in museums and collections throughout the country. Over the last 20 years, his work has focused on reproductions of Native American artwork. Michael’s goal has been to preserve the integrity of Plains Indian art through the use of traditional materials, tools, and techniques. In this way he hopes to help keep some of the traditional methods alive and honor the Native Americans. While remaining faithful to the spirit and design of the Plains tribes, he also draws inspiration from books, museums, historic photos and experiences within various individuals and groups. All work is signed and is accompanied by explanatory notes regarding the use, meaning and symbolism of the work.

About the Jewelry

In 1999, Michael’s wife Sandra added her talents in jewelry design and has included some of her uniquely styled pieces at their online Jewelry Supply store:

Many Horses Jewelry Supply and Artwork

Here, you will find all your basic jewelry making supplies, beads, findings, tools of the trade, Featured Artists, Newsletter, Bead Groups and more! Your One-stop Bead Shop since 1999.

Mike and Sandra hope you enjoy the items they have to offer and encourage questions regarding Native American Art, jewelry supplies, and feel free to share new ideas with us!

Hinááh bee atiingóó éí naashá

On the Trail of Life, I walk in beauty

Nizhóní naashá

In Harmony I exist, I walk in beauty


Copyright © 2009 Michael Schwab

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. gemstone beds
    Jul 29, 2013 @ 06:19:29

    I’ve recently started a website, the information you provide on this website has helped me greatly. Thanks for all of your time & work. “It is a great thing to know our vices.” by Cicero.

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