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Welcome to Medicine Man Gallery
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Art Gallery in Tucson, Arizona has one of the largest selections of Native American Indian, Early Western, and Contemporary Western Art in the United States. If you want to be the first to see our latest acquisitions, make sure you sign up for our Medicine Man Gallery Collector Alert Email.
Medicine Man Gallery Weekly Auctions
Every Friday we bring you a carefully curated selection of limited items with low reserves and reasonable estimates. Each auction begins Friday at 12:05 pm MST and closes the following Friday at 12 pm MST. Click here to register for upcoming auctions and to see the current catalog of items you can bid on.
Art Dealer Diaries Podcast
Pull up a chair and see the art world through the eyes of Mark Sublette, owner of Medicine Man Gallery with over thirty years in the business of buying and selling fine art. Every week, you’ll get an insider’s perspective with interviews of the unique and interesting people that make, find, collect, and deal in great art.
Essential West Magazine
Our online magazine’s primary focus is to feature relevant topics in art, literature, history, museums, lifestyle, and culture.
The Charles Bloom Murder Mystery Series by Mark Sublette
Looking for your next great read? Author Mark Sublette invites you to explore the Charles Bloom Murder Mystery Series. Follow Santa Fe art dealer Charles Bloom as he untangles a web of conspiracies, murder, and art through thrilling tales set in the Southwest.
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery in Tucson, Arizona specializes in Antique Native American Indian art and Western Art, Maynard Dixon paintings, Taos Founders, San Ildefonso potters: Maria Martinez, Popovi Da, and Tony Da. Our inventory includes Navajo rugs, Navajo blankets, Pueblo pottery, Native American Basketry, Hopi and Zuni Kachinas, beadwork, old pawn jewelry, and contemporary Native American jewelry. Painters and sculptors include Ed Mell, Howard Post, Billy Schenck, Josh Elliott, Francis Livingston, Ray Roberts, Dennis Ziemienski, Stephen Datz, John Moyers, Terri Kelly Moyers, Fred and Deborah Fellows, Susan Kliewer, Veryl Goodnight, Doug Hyde, Glenn Dean, Eric Bowman, William Haskell, Jim Cook, and many others.
Every Wednesday and Friday, we send out collector alerts featuring the newest additions to the gallery. We feature estate collections, new works from contemporary artists, previews of upcoming exhibitions, special offers, and more. Enter your email address below or click/tap here to sign up for our email newsletter and to see the latest collections.