Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Indigenous Visions launches for Fall

The Heard Museum Shops Indigenous Visions event starts again this Saturday November 17 from 10am to 2pm in the Main shop and at our North location. Scheduled to appear are:

Jewelers: Carl Clark (Navajo), Tom Baldwin (Navajo), James Peshlakai (Navajo),
Fernando Padilla (San Felipe), 

Silver and Micro-Inlay cuff bracelet by Carl and Irene Clark (Navajo)

Painters: Donn Clark (Navajo), William Dixon (Navajo), Norma Susunkewa (Hopi), Sheryl Susunkewa (Hopi)

"The Marksman" original painting on canvas by Donn Clark (Navajo)

Fetish Carvers: Lena Boone (Zuni), Evalena Boone (Zuni), Debra Gasper (Zuni), Dinah Gasper (Zuni)

Mountain Lion fetish carving by Lena Boone (Zuni)

Bear fetish carving by Debra Gasper (Zuni)

Kachina Carver: Manfred Susunkewa (Hopi)

In the Berlin Gallery:
Printmaker Jacob Meders (Maidu/ Mechoopda)

Original artwork- archival pen, ink and wax on wood by Jake Meders (Mechoopda/ Maidu)

In our Bookstore:
Novelist Seth Muller

Seth Muller is a Southwest author and journalist based in Flagstaff, Arizona. He has written a young-reader fiction series called Keepers of the Windclaw Chronicles, published by the multicultural press Salina Bookshelf. He has also written a nonfiction narrative book called Canyon Crossing: Experiencing the Grand Canyon From Rim to Rim (Grand Canyon Association, March 2011). The book is an exploration of the canyon’s corridor trails and their rich history. The book was selected among Pima County Library's 2011 Southwest Books of the Year.


And at our North Location:

Photographer Tiffiney Yazzie (Navajo) and bead artist Deb Krol (Xolon Salinan)

"Tattered Old Blankets" archival inkjet print by Tiffiney Yazzie (Navajo)

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