Citations with the tag: NAVAJO artists

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  • An unusual perspective.
    Calvin, Carolyn // Navajo Times; 2/3/2011, Vol. 50 Issue 5, pC1 

    The article profiles Native American artist Ryan Singer.

  • Creating Understanding.
    Schneider, Wolf // Native Peoples Magazine; Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p20 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses topics addressed within the issue, including Native American arts, metalsmith Shane Hendren, and Navajo artists.

  • Diné painter breaks pattern, wins top honor.
    BULOW, ERNIE // Navajo Times; 8/25/2011, Vol. 50 Issue 34, pC4 

    The article features Navajo painter Johnson Yazzie of Piñon, Arizona, who won the best-of-show honors at the 2011 Gallup Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial in New Mexico.

  • Navajo artist accompanies artwork to England.
    Davis, Glenda Rae // Navajo Times; 8/2/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 31, pA5 

    The article reports on the success of Navajo artists in the show titled "Indigenous Brilliance" held in London's highgate Gallery at the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution, and one of them is Toledo Yazzie, who made jewelry and collages.

  • Michael Roanhorse.
    Kolpas, Norman // Southwest Art; Jun2007, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p38 

    The article focuses on Michael Roanhorse, a Navajo silversmith from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Roanhorse learned to craft silver jewelry from his parents. He was a quick study and he also sought advice from other successful Navajo jewelers. Roanhorse has developed a working process for combining...

  • Sheldon Harvey: Walking in Beauty.
    Goode, Stephen // World & I; Jun2004, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p82 

    Describes the sculptures and paintings of Navajo artist Sheldon Harvey. Significance of his works; Comments from Harvey on the Navajo culture; Personal background of Harvey.

  • steven yazzie.
    MARTIN (NAVAJO), LINDA R. // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p33 

    The article features the life and works of Navajo artist, Steven Yazzie. According to the article, Yazie is one of the nine Phoenix artists working at The House Studios, a historic house that was renovated to accommodate the creative works of its residents. Yazzie is a self-taught artist, and...

  • The Chindi.
    MARTIN (NAVAJO), LINDA R. // Werewolf Book; 1999, p60 

    Information about the chindi, a shapeshifting mythological creature, is presented. Navajo artist David Little Turtle says that the chindi acts as a type of avenging angel to those who show disrespect to any of the Earth Mother's creatures. It is believed that if a chindi is set against a person,...

  • ARTISTS WEST.
    Boggs, Johnny D. // Wild West; Aug2006, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p64 

    The article presents an interview with Navajo watercolorist Mark Silversmith. Silversmith cites his reason for using watercolors in painting. He comments on the style of painting of his daughter Melissa. The artist hopes to continue depicting American Indians in the pre-reservation period in his...

  • Gift Shop News.
    Krieg, Linda // Cahokian; Summer2009, p8 

    The article reports on the expanded hours at the Cahokia Mounds Interpretive Center which is open seven days a week until October 31, 2009 and will be closed only on Mondays starting November 1, 2009. It notes on the newest unique Native American style of artist Jeanne Rorex Bridges. It includes...

  • Artistry in Clay.
    Reynolds, Gretchen // Southwest Art; Aug2007, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p164 

    The article focuses Wallace Nez Jr., a Navajo potter from southern Utah. His childhood helped shape his sensibilities and give him material and inspiration for life. Ranch life also gave Nez glimmerings of the allure of creativity. He said that his greatest influence was his grandmother....

  • CHINLE VALLEY SINGERS.
    Reynolds, Gretchen // SAY Magazine; Spring2013, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p13 

    The article focuses on the works of the Chinle Valley Singers group, which has cultural tradition of Canyon de Chelley, Arizona, and it mentions that the group has appeared in the film "Feathers in the Wind" and received several awards at the Navajo Nation Fair held in Window Rock, Arizona.

  • VERNON HASKIE From Lukachukai with Love.
    GIBSON, DANIEL // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p48 

    The article discusses the life and achievements of jewel artist Vernon Haskie. He produces multilayered inlay and three-dimensional applique works of sterling silver and gold set with coral, turquoise, suglite, lapis, opals and diamonds. He was born in Riverside, California in 1968. He pursued...

  • John & Lomahaftewa Shine.
    Tall, Russ // Native Peoples Magazine; Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p82 

    The article highlights Navajo painter David K. John and his newest works which he presented at the Kiva Fine Art in the El Centro building just steps from Santa Fe's historic downtown plaza in New Mexico. It notes that the said Kiva Fine Art gallery occupied only 100 square feet, but still has...

  • Jay Begaye.
    Poet, J. // Native Peoples Magazine; Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p90 

    The article profiles Jay Begaye, a Navajo singer and song maker in the U.S. Begaye has been a rancher, rodeo bull rider, painter, sculptor, teacher, sportscaster, and has traveled all over North America until he discovered music as his calling. Begaye's solo powwow songs on albums like "Honoring...

  • ORELAND JOE'S MONUMENTAL TRIBUTE TO THE CODE TALKERS.
    Poet, J. // Native Peoples Magazine; Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p77 

    The article features the Ute-Navajo painter, bronze and stone sculptor Oreland Joe from Kirkland in New Mexico, who is working on a monumental sculpture that honors the Navajo Code Talkers. It notes that the work of Joe was commissioned by the Southwest Indian Foundation of Gallup, New Mexico...

  • Ride On: The Trail of Painted Ponies.
    Gibson, Daniel // Native Peoples Magazine; May/Jun2006, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p13 

    This article provides information on the sculptured miniature painted ponies added to the Trail of Painted Ponies art collection which aims to raise income for various philanthropic causes. The newest edition of miniature painted ponies were created by Navajo artists Frank Salcido and Andersen...

  • James King.
    HILLERMAN, ANNE // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p38 

    The article features the Navajo artist James King. He was born in Shiprock, New Mexico. When he was a child, King would paint chickens, bull snakes, and pigs with house paints. As a grown-up artist, King has been accepted by the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona as an exhibiting artist. His work...

  • STEP INTO MY STUDIO: TONY LEE.
    SCHNEIDER, WOLF // Native Peoples Magazine; Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p106 

    An interview is presented with Navajo sculptor Tony Lee. He discusses his use of different mediums, including abstract sculpture, figurative sculpture, and masks, and different materials, including metals, marble, and soapstone. He describes his studio in Peña Blanca, New Mexico. He describes...

  • R.C. Gorman Gallery.
    TALL CHIEF (OSAGE), RUSS // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p30 

    The article presents an evaluation of the R.C. Gorman Gallery art gallery, located in the Downtown Arts District of Scottsdale, Arizona, featuring the work from the estate of Navajo artist R.C. Gorman, which is managed by Robert Sahd, and mentions comparisons of Gorman's work to artists Pablo...

  • Art runs in the Navajo-Southern Ute family of Oreland C. Joe and son Hyrum.
    Boggs, Johnny D. // Wild West; Oct2004, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p60 

    Features Navajo and Southern Ute artists, father and son Oreland and Hyrum C. Joe from New Mexico. Description of their works; Information on the artists; Background on their interest in painting and the art.

  • CREATING.
    Winton, Ben // Native Peoples Magazine; Summer99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p46 

    The article features Din� woodcarver David V. Draper. He was born in 1962 and raised by grandparents near Chuska Mountains on Navajo Reservation. He considers his work as a tribute to who he is as a Din� and a tribute to his past and how he grew up. He decided to move from stone to...

  • Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist.
    KROL, DEBRA UTACIA // Native Peoples Magazine; Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p64 

    The article reviews the book "Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist," by Charnell Havens and Vera Marie Badertscher.

  • Indian-Made: Navajo Culture in the Marketplace, 1868-1940.
    DEDEK, PETER B. // Southwestern Historical Quarterly; Oct2009, Vol. 113 Issue 2, p269 

    The article reviews the book “Indian-Made: Navajo Culture in the Marketplace, 1868-1940," by Erika Marie Bsumek.

  • 1O ARTISTS OF THE NAVAJO NATION.
    CAMPBELL, VIRGINIA // Native Peoples Magazine; Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p69 

    The article offers profiles of ten Navajo artists who will participate in the 2012 Santa Fe Indian Market in New Mexico. Painter James King works in Shiprock, New Mexico and creates realistic oil paintings depicting Navajo life. Jeweler Vernon Haskie works in Lukachukai, Arizona and learned how...

  • 2 BEST OF CLASS WINNERS FROM THE 2013 HEARD MUSEUM GUILD INDIAN FAIR & MARKET.
    FAUNTLEROY, GUSSIE // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p58 

    The article presents information on the artwork of Navajo basketweaver Shan Goshorn and Diné jewelry artist Benson Manygoats as of January/February 2014, with a focus on their Best in Class awards from the 2013 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market in Phoenix Arizona.

  • Yazz: Navajo Painter / Carl Gorman's World.
    Forrest, James T.; deBorhegyi-Forrest, Suzanne // American Indian Quarterly; Spring1988, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p175 

    Reviews two books on the Navajo artistic experience. "Yazz: Navajo Painter," by Sallie R. Wagner, J. J. Brody and Beatien Yazz; "Carl Gorman's World," by Henry Greenberg and Georgia Greenberg.

  • What's Up.
    Righthand, Jess // Smithsonian; Feb2011, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p26 

    The article offers news briefs concerning U.S. museums and institutions associated with the Smithsonian Institution. The U.S. National Museum of American Art is featuring an exhibition called "Watch This!" about the history of video art. The U.S. National Museum of American History is displaying...

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