American Indian art refers to the traditional and contemporary art forms created by indigenous peoples of North America. It encompasses a diverse range of artistic expressions, including basketry, pottery, beadwork, quillwork, weaving, carving, painting, and sculpture. Each tribe has its own unique artistic style and cultural significance, with many artworks often having deep spiritual and symbolic meanings. American Indian art has been shaped by centuries of cultural exchange, trade, and colonialism, as well as by the artists’ adaptation to modern materials and technologies. Today, American Indian art continues to flourish as a vital part of indigenous cultures and as a celebrated form of artistic expression worldwide.