Plains Indian artistry by James Burton 




Kicking Wolf Gallery offers a range of authentically styled Native American replica items. The pieces are generally based on the artistic styles of the plains tribes. Each piece is researched thoroughly, often based on actual antique examples, and all materials used are genuine unless noted.

The articles are completely handmade, most often using traditional techniques. These reproductions are fully functional: pipes are ready to be smoked, clothing and accessories are ready to be worn. The pieces are ideal both for ceremonial use or for decoration.



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About the artist

All of the replicas shown here at Kicking Wolf Gallery were created by the artist James Burton, unless otherwise noted. Originally from Sydney, Australia, James now lives in Boise, Idaho, where he teaches yoga and works in his studio creating the pieces you see on this website.

Although not Native American, James has since a very early age had great interest in Native American cultures. Through the years, this early interest developed into a deep respect for and a genuine, almost spiritual, connection to the native peoples, in particular to the great horse culture of the Plains Indians.
James has extensively studied these cultures and their history, becoming especially interested in the exquisitely styled clothing and adornment. This led James to researching and learning some of the traditional methods of now obscure decorative techniques such as porcupine quillwork. He also is an accomplished pipe maker.

James continues to develop and refine his knowledge of these techniques and is creating new pieces on a regular basis. Kicking Wolf Gallery will be displaying the new items as they are completed, so please keep checking the website. 

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eBay Specials

We regularly have discounted items listed on eBay. To view our eBay page,

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Custom orders

If an item which interests you is already sold, please let us know because
even though each piece is one of a kind, we can create something
similar for you.

If you have a particular piece or design in mind, in most cases we can accommodate your request. For all custom replicas, there will be a 2- to 6-week waiting period depending on the piece (longer for clothing replicas)



Contact us

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How to Purchase items

Kicking Wolf Gallery processes credit card transactions through PayPal; we also accept checks or money orders. Whichever method of payment you choose, email us first and let us know the item you wish to purchase, and your city so we can calculate shipping.
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If you choose to pay by check or money order, we will contact you with payment details. If you choose to use PayPal, we will email you an electronic invoice showing your order details and total. This invoice will have a link to PayPal's secure online payments page where you can do a credit card transaction, the same as any other online transaction. PayPal is a safe and secure way to make online payments, you  do not have to be a member.  To learn more about PayPal,  click here

Shipping will commence immediately after payment is received.



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