Issue 14

Past Issue

Native American Art #14

April / May 2018

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Departments


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46

Market Reports



48

New Acquisition



50

curator chat



Gallery Previews


108

A Time of Change

Navajo transitional blankets are showcased at Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery

112

Resplendently Adorned

Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery shows Darance Chimerica’s katsinam in a new exhibition.

116

Unique & Unusual

Rare and original Pueblo pottery works are on view at Adobe Gallery

120

Weaving in Paint

Graffiti-inspired works by Thomas “Breeze” Marcus are shown at Blue Rain Gallery

124

Taos Light

Susan Folwell exhibits new works at King Galleries

Events/Fairs


128

Important Anniversary

The Indian Arts Research Center celebrates 40 years with a new lecture series

130

Discovered Treasures

The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Native Treasures Art Market is now in its 14th year

134

Cherokee Trails

The 47th annual Trail of Tears Art Show opens April 7 at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Oklahoma

136

Enthusiastic Buyers

The annual American Indian Art Show | Marin was met with strong crowds and new collectors

138

High Turnout

Full booths and consistent auction bidding creates success for Brian Lebel’s Old West Show in Arizona

Museum Exhibitions


140

Preserving Tradition

The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art showcases the art of the art of Tonita Peña, Joe Herrera and other Pueblo painters

144

Plateau Peoples

The Museum of Northern Arizona reopens their Native American art gallery with an emphasis on collaboration

148

Vibrant Nuance

The Peabody Essex Museum explores the paintings, poetry and politics of T.C. Cannon

Auctions


154

Baskets and More

A prominent basket collection leads Leslie Hindman Auctioneer’s Arts of the American West sale in Denver

156

Superb Provenance

Important works with incredible histories hit the auction block at Cowan’s in Cincinnati, Ohio

158

Inuit Examples

On May 16 Walker’s Auctions will offer 300 Inuit and First Nations works of art

Special Section


60

The Enduring Craft

A comprehensive guide to the history of Native American basketry. By William A. Turnbaugh, Ph.D., and Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh, M.S.

66

Realization of the Natural

American Indian basketry and the Arts and Crafts movement. By Natalie Fay Linn

72

Interwoven Dreams

A stunning new basketry collection gift is unveiled at the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis. By Michael Clawson

78

Iroquois Revival

In the past decade, Iroquois basketry has experienced a resurgence. By Colette Lemmon

82

Woven in Tradition

A history of Maine Indian baskets. By Gretchen F. Faulkner

88

Grass Roots

Palm Springs Art Museum displays Native American basketry of the West. By John O’Hern

94

Stitch by Stitch

Contemporary basket artists continue tradition. By Debra Utacia Krol

100

Fibers & Forms

A buyer’s guide for baskets with advice from experts.

Galleries in this Issue



Brian Lebel's Old West Events

Brian Lebel's Old West Events

AZ






Museum of Northern Arizona

Museum of Northern Arizona

AZ

Nizhoni Ranch Gallery

Nizhoni Ranch Gallery

AZ


Territorial Indian Arts & Antiques

Territorial Indian Arts & Antiques

AZ




Gene Quintana Fine Art

Gene Quintana Fine Art

CA

The Schwed Collection

The Schwed Collection

CA

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers

CO


Turkey Mountain Traders

Turkey Mountain Traders

CO


The Peabody Essex Museum

The Peabody Essex Museum

MA





Chipeta Trading Company

Chipeta Trading Company

NM


Lyn A. Fox Fine Art Pottery

Lyn A. Fox Fine Art Pottery

NM


Roadside America's Gallery of the West

Roadside America's Gallery of the West

NM



The Couse-Sharp Historic Site

The Couse-Sharp Historic Site

NM




ARTesian Gallery & Studios

ARTesian Gallery & Studios

OK





The Dancing Rabbit Gallery

The Dancing Rabbit Gallery

TX

Fighting Bear Antiques

Fighting Bear Antiques

WY