Local artwork isn’t hard to find. Throughout Arizona, Native Americans can be found selling their jewelry, paintings and pottery at roadside stands, trading posts, powwows, pueblos and galleries. It’s accessible, which might be why the general public perceives Indian art like Mexican art, where bartering is a part of the equation. In the Southwest, that’s not the case. Here, haggling can be either a time-honored tradition or a minefield of cultural insensitivity
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