Native American Art Magazine 18
December/January 2018Subscribe Now Purchase a Hard Copy of Issue 18 of Native American Art Magazine
The artistry of Charles Loloma
Beauty in Stones, Metal & Heart
Sonwai’s jewelry is featured in an unprecedented exhibition at the Heard Museum
Master of Elegance
Living Treasure Maria Samora creates hand-fabricated, one-of-a-kind jewelry. By John O’Hern
Finding Their Voice
The evolution of Hopi jewelry past and present. By Dr. Mark Sublette
The Jewel Box
Cutting-edge contemporary jewelry from some of the top Native American artists packs a powerful punch at the James Museum in Florida. By Michael Clawson
From miners to collectors to artists to dealers, the market for turquoise today is a continual pursuit for the best and brightest, or bluest. By Joshua Rose
A buyer’s guide for jewelry with advice from experts.
The Space Between
New works by Nathan Youngblood on view at King Galleries.
Pueblo potters demonstrate their work at Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery.
Artwork in multiple mediums by Sheldon Harvey is on view at Faust Gallery.
Brian Lebel follows up a successful summer debut in Santa Fe with a January return to Mesa, Arizona.
The 2018 SWAIA Winter Indian Market showcases the latest in Native American art across a range of styles and traditions.
Navajo artist Eugene Tapahe’s Never Forget Standing for Unity was awarded Best of Show at the 2018 Cherokee Art Market.
Loneliness Moves You Trandscending Duality: The Santa
Trandscending Duality: The Santa Fe Studio Style opens at the Museum of Northern Arizona.
A new David Bradley retrospective asks viewers to consider social issues in the artist’s Pop Art and folk-inspired work.
A Rare Find
A Tlingit rattle attributed to one of the most revered carvers hits the auction block during Bonhams’ December 11 sale.
Deaccessioned collections bring fresh to market material to Skinner’s December 1 auction.
Bonhams offers more than 400 baskets from the collection of Alan and Bronnie Blaugrund in its December 10 sale.
A noteworthy collection of Native American art leads Cowan’s fall American Indian & Western Art sale to more than $900,000.