Since prehistoric times, Native American sculptures have been very popular. Recently, Native Americans have been using limestone, alabaster, and other natural materials to create stone carvings. These are created for artistic display rather than for ceremonial reasons. The Native American sculptures often portray everyday life in a very realistic manner and are much more contemporary than of the past. Some of the newer Native American sculptures are busts that portray people. A unique form of sculpture is made from shed antlers. Antlers are grown and shed each year producing one of a kind forms to create with. Each piece of art is an original with replication virtually impossible.

Blue Zat Gems and Native People's Art Gallery | 600 Route 49 | Woodbine NJ 08270 Tel. 609.628.2976

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