Native American Art Magazine 4
August/September 2016Subscribe Now Purchase a Hard Copy of Issue 4 of Native American Art Magazine
Path to Beauty
H. Malcolm Grimmer will feature The Path to Beauty: The Art of Plains Indian Moccasins at the Antique American Indian Art Show at El Museo in Santa Fe
A Bird’s-eye View
New work by Tony Abeyta will be on view at The Owings Gallery in Santa Fe, August 12 through September 19
Evolution of Pueblo Pottery
Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will present Black: Pueblo Pottery Then and Now, 1880-2016, August 1 through October 31.
The 18th Maria Martinez show at Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery Santa Fe will be open July 29 through August 24.
The Art of War
Morning Star Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will host the exhibition The Art of War, August 10 through September 5
Mastering the Creative Process
First interview done by award-winning jeweler Olin Tsingine (Hopi/Navajo), who will be at the Santa Fe Indian Market.
Blue Rain Gallery will host a new exhibition of works by Hyrum Joe (Navajo/Southern Ute/Hopi/Apache) on August 17 at its Railyard location in Santa Fe.
August 19 through September 6, 20 paintings by Comanche artist Nocona Burgess will be on view at Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Works by Santa Clara artist Tammy Garcia will be available at a single day “pop-up” show at the Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado in Santa Fe.
A New Generation
3 Under 30 will feature new works by Jordan Roller, Chris Youngblood, and Johnathan Naranjo, presented by King Galleries & Virgil Ortiz.
Magic & Mystery
Approximately 40 historic Plains Indian artifacts will be available in the exhibition Waks’upi Ihunkahan at Nambe Trading Post
A look at works by Les Namingha, Preston Singletary, and Yatika Fields as part of Blue Rain Gallery’s annual Celebration of Contemporary Native American Art
Works by four leading Native American potters—Tammy Garcia, Les Namingha, Virgil Ortiz, and Nathan Youngblood—will come together in an unprecedented show, Unrivaled | Clay.
Connecting with the Past
The upcoming exhibition Transitions in Traditions, hosted at Beals & Co. Showroom in Santa Fe, New Mexico, juxtaposes contemporary and historic Native American artwork.
Keeping Tradition Alive
New offerings at annual Antique American Indian Art Show provide options for connoisseurs to add to their collections.
More than 70 gallery owners and trader will exhibit art objects at the seventh annual Objects of Art Santa Fe Show.
Whitehawk Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show returns to the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
The Keshi Foundation’s inaugural Zuni Show features 80 carvers, potters and jewelers of the Zuni Pueblo.
Access to History
The Indian Arts Research Center at the School of Advanced Research conducts tours of its nearly 12,000-piece collection.
The Great Southwestern Antique Show will celebrate Hispanic and Native American cultures.
Power & Prestige
A new examination of headdresses of the American Plains opens at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma.
Master of His Craft
Retrospective of work by Rick Bartow continues nationwide tour at the Institute of American Indian Arts’ Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.
Museum of Northern Arizona hosts 67th annual Navajo Festival of Arts & Culture with work by 75 artists.
Bold and Beautiful
A wide range of Native treasures will be offered at Bonhams’ upcoming Native American Art sale, including a major collection of jewelry.Read Article Visit Gallery
Wealth of Material
Auction in Santa Fe is highlighted by quality antique and contemporary Native American pieces.
Pueblo and Plains
Allard Auctions’ Best of Santa Fe auction looks to break records with rare finds from jewelry, beadwork and basketry.
Bonhams’ two-day June Native American Art auction totals $2.53 million, with strong prices for jewelry and Northwest Coast items.
Rare Items Triumph
Skinner, Inc.’s May 6 sale of American Indian & Ethnographic Art led by two rare and important outfits.
On May 25, Walker’s Fine Art & Estate Auctions achieved its most successful Inuit and First Nations Art sale to date.