TRADITIONAL CLAY

CONTEMPORARY CLAY

GLASS

LEATHER ACCESSORIES

PHOTOGRAPHY

THE FUTURE OF NATIVE ART HAS ARRIVED

Twist in Traditional Design

Virgil Ortiz dipped a brush into an orb of black paint on his palm, swirled it amid the contours of a model’s neck, then spiraled it downward around his chest. He says the designs could be mustaches or sperm tails. Crowned in a black helmet of plastic foam blades, the...

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Prelude: ReVOlution is Coming

ARTIST STATEMENT This is a critical moment for the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) and for Native art. Today, many Native artists feel that they are being discouraged, or that there is an attempt to silence their art, much as happened in the past....

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Collecting Pueblo Pottery

At Indian Market in Santa Fe every August, pueblo pottery is perhaps the most coveted. Ranging in technique and design, pots, jars, urns, and plates tell a story of traditional craftsmanship, often brought into the 21st century by modern potters. “I am inspired by...

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STAND TOGETHER PROTECT CULTIVATE REVIVE EDUCATE

1680 PUEBLO REVOLT

The First American Revolution