This David Drake jar has been acquired by the National Gallery of Art, the first known work by an enslaved person to enter collection.
Guide to Native American Art in Santa Fe
Whether you’re interested in pottery, jewelry, sculpture or paintings, this guide to Native American art in Santa Fe will get you started.
A Guide to Art Galleries in Santa Fe
The hundreds of art galleries in Santa Fe display everything from historic Pueblo pottery to contemporary photography.
Santa Fe Indian Market 2022 Best in Class winners
Santa Fe Indian Market 2022 Best in Class winners along with the Best of Show were awarded on Friday of the annual event.
Nampeyo Sikyátki Revival pots on view at de Young museum San Francisco
The de Young museum San Francisco presents an installation of 32 pots including examples of the Nampeyo Sikyátki Revival.
Artists from New Mexico
Listing artists from New Mexico is akin to listing artists from New York. There are thousands. That history of creativity goes back centuries.
Grounded in Clay exhibition tour includes stop at The Met
The Grounded in Clay exhibition featuring over 100 historic and contemporary works in clay offers a visionary understanding of Pueblo pots.
Rose B. Simpson sculptures at Princeton University Art Museum
Rose B. Simpson sculptures will be on view through September 11, 2022 at the Princeton University Art Museum’s Art@Bainbridge gallery.
Grounded in Clay exhibition debuts at in Santa Fe before nationwide tour
“Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery” is a unique exhibition curated by the Native American communities it represents.
Native American art in New Mexico – my travel journal
In April of 2022, I took a trip to explore Native American art in New Mexico. The visit centered on Albuquerque and Santa Fe.
Ancestral Pueblo Pottery exhibition on view in Santa Fe
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture presents “Painted Reflections: Isomeric Design in Ancestral Pueblo Pottery” through March 12, 2023.