Hello, and welcome to our online store! We are a small, family-owned business in Southern Vermont which we started thirty years ago, and which has been online for twenty. While we specialize in Native American and Inuit art sourced from artists in communities around North America, we also celebrate the small-town craftsman by carrying artwork from some well-known - and some not-so-well-known - artists from across the continent.

We have been supplying artwork to collectors, museums, jewelry enthusiasts, average Joe’s and Jolene’s, locals, travelers, family and friends for thirty years from here in Southern Vermont. We hope that you enjoy our website and that you find something special for yourself or for that someone special. From rugs to mugs, sculpture to moccasins, jewelry to quillboxes, and fetishes to glass beading, we have a treat for everyone here at Long Ago and Far Away.

Also, don’t miss out on our specialty artists – critically acclaimed Native American Artists who have not only mastered their craft, but have had a lot of influence on their art form over the years. Artists like Denise and Dawn Wallace, Hib Sabin, Artie Yellowhorse, and David Farnham are just a few of these influential individuals, and we are so honored to be able to carry their work.

Being a home-grown family business, we would love to keep you updated on things going on in our gallery and with our family. In order to learn more about our family and our story, as well as read seasonal updates about our family’s different adventures, please take a look at the “family” page on our website (last tab). If you are social media-savvy, please follow us on Facebook and Instagram! We post regular updates about new jewelry, gallery events, and more. Also, please join our email or hard-mail lists - we don't send out indiscriminate drivel, and we promise to keep your information to ourselves.

Again, we hope that you enjoy the website! We hope that some day we will have the pleasure of meeting you here in beautiful Manchester, Vermont! 


Grant and Betsy Turner,