Package 1 — Begin your morning with a delicious soak using Native-made organic sea salts, get an essential oil consultation with Mary Jacobson, and before you’re dry, use your new $200 gift certificate from the NAYA community’s favorite acupuncturist, Sita Symonette.
Package 2 — Navajo Jewelry Set — Lovely turquoise and shell necklace set, lovingly designed by Navajo language and art teacher, Sara Stanley, all of the way from the Navajo Nation to the Early College Academy.
Package 3 – Raven’s Song in Blue — Three-strand, 28 inch blue lapis lazuli necklace pared with Two Raven print.
Package 4 — Two Spirit — How stylish can you be? Very stylish. Take home this, glass feather, beaded belt, bolo, beaded clip, and shell and bead earrings.
Package 5 — Protector Baskets — Finely woven using NW basket designs, these delicately beaded baskets contain contain seaweed, cedar, and tobacco to protect your home or space and to invite safety and peace into your home.
Package 6 — Pulling by Toma Villa — A rare, gorgeous print by Yakama weaver and mural artist Toma Villa, paired with a hand-made neckplace consisting of shells that resemble canoes. Necklace made by NAYA’s own Lorilee Morsette
Package 7 — Perfect Complement — Wonderfully paired coral and turqouise stones on this stunning 13 inch necklace, matched with earrings by artist DezDarius Barney, plus a spiny oyster ring.
Package 8 — Navajo Cuff from Beyond Buckskin — Incredibly fine bucksin-lined and beaded Navajo cuff, from the Native-owned Beyond Buckskin.
Package 9 — Hopi basket and jewelry — Beautiful traditional hopi basket, rolled coral necklace and earrings, and a NAYA table runner.
Package 10 — Dorothy Grant messenger bag — One stylish black messenger bag made with 100% Napa leather, designed by traditional Haida artist Dorothy Grant.
Package 11 — Charging Bear, Paddling Home and Traditional Papago Basket — Finely framed Charging Bear (Little Big Man) print with traditional basket.
Package 12 — Zuni Cuff and Earrings — Beautifully crafted vintage Zuni bracelet signed by artist, with a pair of turquoise earrings.
Package 13 — Vintage Tlingit Frog and Raven Prints — Frog print from the Tlingit Haida Council (1972)
Package 13 — Tlingit Raven — Raven print from the Tlingit Haida Council (1972)
Package 14 — Aboriginal art package — Original framed Dorothy Napangardi of the Warlpiri Tribe, with hand-crafted plate, salad set, and boomerang.
Package 15 — Decolonize Maiz — Framed print of original spray-paint and stencil by Yernesto Montejano, and green turquoise necklace.
Package 16 — Ritual, by E. Terwilliger — Framed print of salmon — a keystone species for the Pacific Northwest and its Native peoples.
Package 17 — Star quilt and mobile — Dainty star quilt and matching crib sheet by Native-owned B. Yellowtail, paired with a rare, signed pottery mobile by Jemez Pueblo artist Felicita Fragua.
Package 17 — Close-up of Felicita Fragua’s mobile..
Package 18 — First Foods Basket – Featuring home-canned tuna and salmon from the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, home-canned blueberry and wild plum jams, first foods staples from the southwest, and an abundant supply of delicious coffee – Native-grown and roasted!
Package 19 — Earring Tree — A bounty of gems, shells, and other beauties, many handmade and donated by our very own NAYA staff. [Earring tree not included.]
Package 20 — First Foods Pop-up — Very rare local food pop-up featuring local indigenous foods gathered by master forager, Cowlitz citizen and ECA graduate Chai Dupres! Chai is also offering a personal tour of edible foods in your own backyard and neighborhood — a very rare opportunity!