McGee's Indian Art Gallery maintains a gallery and gift shop
at Keams Canyon, on the Hopi Reservation. Originally started
as a trading post by Thomas Keam, in 1874, he sold it to Lorenzo
Hubbell in 1902. The McGee family bought the trading post in
1938, with Ron McGee presently managing the arts and crafts gallery.
Being located on the Hopi Reservation,
McGee's Indian Art Gallery has become the focal point for buying
Hopi crafts and then merchandising them to collectors around
the world. McGee's Indian Art is the prime source for
Hopi arts and crafts.
The Keams Canyon trading post and gallery are also located only
five miles from the Navajo Reservation, meaning a continuing
inflow of Navajo Rugs and Jewelry. McGee's is your access to
the finest Hopi and Navajo arts and crafts, brought to you at
reservation prices. Ron McGee emphatically states: We
only show and sell genuine, Native American made arts and crafts,
most coming from within a few miles of our gallery.