The Singing Horse Trading Post (BIA Hwy. 33, 605/455-2143, www.singinghorse.net , June–Labor Day daily 8 a.m.–8 p.m., Labor Day–June Mon.–Fri. noon–8 p.m., Sat.–Sun. noon–6 p.m.) started out as a supplier for Lakota arts and crafts, an enterprise it continues to this day. The trading post now also carries finished Lakota-made arts and crafts as well. They have a wonderful collection of some beautiful beadwork, quillwork, star quilts, and paintings. The trading post is located about seven miles north of Manderson on BIA Highway 33, about a half-mile past the intersection with BIA Highway 14, on the right.
The Wakpamni Gallery & Gifts (Hwy. 391, HC64 Box 43, 605/288-1800, www.wakpamni.com ) is located one mile south of Highway 18 on Highway 391, then east three miles on a gravel road. It is located on the lovely grounds of the Wakpamni Bed & Breakfast . This beautiful shop features porcupine quillwork, native beadwork, wearable art, jewelry, Lakota quilts, and other great items of regional interest. South Dakota–made products include fruit-flavored honeys and chokecherry jam.
Many Lakota artist live and work on the Pine Ridge Reservation  and are happy to meet with visitors. They do ask, however, that visitors call ahead to ensure that they will be there. You can meet the artist at the Red Owl Gallery (27071 Bombing Range Rd., Kyle, 605/455-2814, www.lakotamall.com , call for appointment) and enjoy original work in acrylics and cast paper. Richard “Codger” Red Owl is a story keeper who incorporates Lakota history, culture, and stories into his work. He also makes handmade drums. Call to meet him at his studio. The studio is located 3.5 miles east of Kyle and six miles north of BIA Highway 2. Watch for his signs.
Randall Blaze, an award-winning potter and sculptor can be found at his gallery, the Oglala Arts Center (located off of Hwy. 2 between the White River Visitor Center  and Buffalo Gap, 605/441-9790, by appointment). The gallery includes works of other artists including Don Montileaux and Richard Red Owl.