Press Release

Arts Alive

Featured Artist: Pauli Carroll

Eureka, CA June 6, 2015:  This month, the American Indian Art & Gift Shop featured artist will be Pauli Carroll.  Pauli is a Yurok tribal member, and is also a Hupa and Cherokee descendent.  One of her mediums of work is glass. She will be showing her beautiful glass plates, beads and jewelry in our shop during this upcoming June Arts Alive. 

You can see some examples of her artwork by visiting her Facebook page at:

The NCIDC American Indian Art & Gift Shop is an American Indian Art and Craft Board certified shop. This certification means we guarantee every handmade item as crafted by a Native American artisan.  Whether you’re drawn to the beauty of turquoise and silver jewelry, the earth tone colors of Indian pottery, or the unique local basketry and local jewelry featuring pine nuts, abalone, bear grass and other local materials, the NCIDC American Indian Art & Gift shop can help you find what you want.

We will be open until 9pm on June 6th, during Arts Alive.  Refreshments will be offered, and we hope you stop by our new location at 517 5th Street and say hello!


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