Native American Art Magazine 21
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Five Isomeric Designs and Pueblo Philosophy
The identical, mirror images of isomeric design reveal fascinating insights on Pueblo art and culture. By Scott G. Ortman and Joseph Traugott
Power of the People
Pottery of the San Ildefonso Pueblo is a beacon of creativity and expression fueled by the communal strength of its people. By Erik Fender, Russell Sanchez and Bruce Bernstein
A comprehensive look into how Nampeyo’s Sikyatki Revival inspired the careers of Maria and Julian Martinez. By Steve Elmore
One of the first exhibitions of its kind, King Galleries presents a comprehensive collection of Ohkay Owingeh revival pottery. By Susan Sorg
A new exhibition at the Crocker Art Museum explores the ancestral connections and family histories that have shaped Pueblo pottery from the 19th century to present day. By Erin E. Rand
An Enigmatic Creature
Insights on the history and characteristics of Pueblo pottery owls. By Rochelle Belsito
Marcellus and Elizabeth Medina’s recently completed storage jar features 96 birds, their designs honoring Zia tradition. By John O’Hern
Through the Looking Glass
An upcoming exhibition at the Harwood Museum of Art highlights the artwork of contemporary Santa Clara Pueblo potter Susan Folwell. By John O’Hern
A buyer’s guide for collecting historic and contemporary pottery with advice from experts in the field.
Located in the Pojoaque Pueblo, La Mesita Ranch Estate is imbued with Pueblo art and history. By John O’Hern
Way of Life
A new exhibition at Adobe Gallery features the paintings of Navajo artist Harrison Begay.
Brian Lebel’s Cody Old West Show & Auction returns to Santa Fe with a vast array of materials.
Cultural celebration Native POP highlights the work of Great Plains artists.
Under the Sun
The Heard Museum Guild Indian Market arrives in Phoenix with gorgeous weather and eager buyers.
The Superb Six
Booth Western Art Museum hosts an exhibition honoring the creativity of six contemporary Navajo artists.
Hearts of Our People
Five years in the making, Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists opens in June at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Into the Future
Nine contemporary artists will celebrate the Museum of Northern Arizona’s 90th anniversary, and beyond.
Bonhams’ June 17 sale of Native American art includes pottery and baskets from several important estates.
Pottery and an early Iroquois war club lead Heritage Auctions’ ethnographic art sale in Dallas.
A collection featuring Southwestern pottery, textiles and katsinas pushed Cowan’s spring American Indian & Western Art sale to $1.3 million.