Artistic Identity in Native America:What’s in a Label?

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Art patrons tend to keep Indian artists in a cultural box that marginalizes their talents By Pearl Tiresias | Photos by Brenda Kelley Gregory Lomayesva remembers...

POINTS OF CONNECTION

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The Namingha family of artists blends ancient ways with a modern worldviewBy Nancy Zimmerman | Portraits by Kate Russell Imagine a world without time, where...

Iron Will

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Sculptor Tom Joyce fuses the art and science of metal making By Christina Procter | Photos by PETER OGILVIE “When you heat iron to a certain...

Santeros In a Time of Few Saints

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Spanish Colonial arts reach a crossroads By keiko ohnuma | photos by peter ogilvie Modern impulses are banging down the doors at Spanish Market, and for...

Taking it to the Streets

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Native American street art sparks a dialogue about cultural and environmental issues By Nancy Zimmerman Back in the mid ’60s, when Simon and Garfunkel sang that...

Queen of Interesting

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The life, loves, and lasting impact of Riva Yares By Devon Jackson Photos by Kate Russell Riva Yares likes big. Big men. Big cars. Big spaces....

The Art of the Book

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When art and literature converge, the result is a unique and compelling aesthetic experience by Lynn Stegner For someone who writes books, it’s a little disconcerting...

The Box Beyond

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Peter Sarkisian turns TV sets into digital sculptures By Devon Jackson | portraits by Jennifer Esperanza If you’ve ever seen a Sarkisian film or video sculpture,...

House on a Hill

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Doug Coffin and Kaaren Ochoa’s Abiquiu Inspiration by Wesley Pulkka | photos by kate russell Just as sculptor and painter Doug Coffin and his filmmaker wife,...

Abiquiu’s Luminous Stone

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Excerpted from Valley of Shining Stone: The Story of Abiquiu (1997) by Lesley Poling-Kempes The Pueblo people of New Mexico believe that the earth is...