Zuni art refers to the artistic traditions of the Zuni people, a Native American tribe located in western New Mexico. Zuni art is notable for its intricate and highly skilled craftsmanship, particularly in the areas of jewelry-making, pottery, and fetish carving. Zuni jewelry is renowned for its intricate silverwork and the use of natural materials such as turquoise, coral, and shell. Zuni pottery is known for its intricate hand-painted designs and the use of traditional techniques passed down through generations. Fetish carving is a unique Zuni art form that involves the creation of small animal and spirit figures from stone, shell, or other materials. These figures are believed to embody the spirits of animals and are often used in traditional Zuni ceremonies. Zuni art reflects the tribe’s deep connection to the natural world, with many designs featuring animals and other elements of the natural world. Zuni art continues to be an important part of Zuni culture and is highly valued by collectors and art enthusiasts around the world.