A great deal of the art on the charts, diagrams, and displays in the museum were produced by the founder, Ray Fadden, and his son, John. The pictographs were produced by the elder Fadden, and the graphics produced by the younger. The graphics of William “Bill” Loran, and of the late Robert “Bob” Gabor are also present in the educational charts. Additionally, on display are paintings that were produced by David Fadden, grandson of Ray. During the past several decades Fadden art has been in over one-hundred publications. All of the publications have dealt with First Nations. Fadden art has also been shown in dozens of exhibitions ranging from the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne to Rotterdam, Holland. On display within the center are recently produced paintings by David Fadden, and some of them are present within this website. A price list is available upon request.
700-plus pieces of black & white drawings reflecting Native culture produced by John Fadden are available for use in publications. Examples are on this page, as are examples of David Fadden’s paintings. New art for publications can be produced by David Fadden upon request. All of the art in this website is under Fadden copyright.