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Franklin Carrillo, Laguna
Herbert Ration, Dine (Navajo)
Me-Wee Rosetta, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Faron Yowytewa, Hopi
Dylan Poblano is an artist that comes from the greater Teddy Weahkee (d) family of Zuni artists. His sister is carver and jeweler Jovanna Poblano. Their mother is Veronica Poblano. Together, this family continues in an important artistic tradition.
Dylan's all hand-fabricated sterling silver "Lightning Deity" figure is an incredible celebration of rainclouds and their powerful static charges that produce lightning, seen as a bright flashes of electricity. These weather producing phenomenons usually result in life-giving and replenishing rains, for which this piece represents.
Layers of alternating lightning bolt elements serve as the headdress for this approximate 3 3/4" tall, 2" wide and 1 1/4" wide work. This special creation is dynamic in presentation because it gives a sense of the unseen whirling winds moving throughout the blanket and clouds. This magnificent small sculpture is signed by the artist.
Nathalie Waldman, Dogrib
Wayne Johnson, Sr.
Joel Pajarito, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Veronica Poblano's artistic Zuni lineage is a great one. Her father, iconic Zuni carver Leo Poblano (d) was the nephew of Teddy Weahkee (d). Their enormous contribution to Zuni fetish carving and jewelry continues in the gifted hands of Veronica.
A hard to come by sugilite stone, rich in purple color, commands this sterling silver ring, all handmade by Veronica. Two amazing Carico Lake turquoise stones adorn the shank of this captivating piece of jewelry. A silver zig zagging design element looks so nice underneath the outstanding sugilite stone. This signed by the artist ring is a size 7. The band is about 1/4" wide, while the sugilite station is approximately 1 1/2" long by 3/4" wide.
Jolene Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Vivianita Booqua & Bryant Othole
This significant sterling silver cobble style inlay cuff bracelet is a masterpiece by Lloyd Tsalabutie, father of the late great carver Jeffery Tsalabutie (d). Carving only occasionally, Lloyd is more well-known as a jeweler. He is one of a few Zuni jewelers doing this gorgeous style of meticulous stone work.
Using all natural stones, Lloyd has formed six Zuni Sunface designs, inlaid stone to stone in various combinations of either turquoise, red coral, sugilite, opal, lapis and jet. The Zuni Sunface symbol represents the elements in balance.
This cuff bracelet is about is 3/4" wide. The entire inner circumference is about 5 1/2" including opening of 1 1/8". Lloyd's signature is to incise a depiction of sacred 'Dowa Yalanne' or Corn Mountain located in Zuni, on the underside of his works, as seen on this magnificent work.
Mary C. Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Incomparable and very collectible is this Dragonfly mosaic pendant, all amazingly handmade by award-winning artist and Kewa Pueblo elder Mary C. Lovato. Overlaid on a bed of shell, are many glorious pieces of jet, with vibrant lapis, serpentine and green turquoise. A watery dragonfly is of red coral, spiny oyster shell and turquoise, set with a border of sterling silver. About 2 1/4" long and 2 3/8" wide. Signed by the artist along with her Corn motif.
The silver hammered collar is available and sold separately here. The brown leather cord is not included.
Laurenda Bobelu is from the greater Leekya Deyuse (d) family of artists, while her husband Edison Bobelu Sr., is from the Saul Yuselew (d) family. This talented couple's sons are carvers Bryson Bobelu and Edison Bobelu Jr.
Along with her husband Edison, Laurenda's hand-fabricated these zestful sterling silver, turquoise, gold lip shell, jet, mother-of-pearl and red coral dangle earrings in the channel inlay jewelry technique. Not only are they vibrantly colorful, but the workmanship and quality is outstanding. The stones and shell are all wonderfully silky and feel so good to touch, thanks to the artist's design eye and careful attention to detail. About 1 1/2" long and 7/8" wide, signed by the artists.
Anthony Lovato, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Employing the labor intensive tufa cast method, Anthony Lovato's all handmade Corn cuff bracelet, with an outstanding New Landers turquoise stone, is extraordinarily lovely.
The exacting process involved cutting a tufa stone in half, smoothing out both surface sides, etching a sprue hole on top, then carefully carving out this corn design, in which Anthony poured in molten sterling silver. The end result is this amazing bracelet that tapers from about 2" to 3/4". The gorgeous New Landers turquoise stone is about 2" by 1".
Inside this super wearable and comfortable cuff bracelet, is Anthony's signature along with inspiring Horse, Hummingbird, flower, Dragonfly and pueblo-inspired motifs. He is an avid horseman. This mouth-watering cuff bracelet's entire inner circumference is about 7 1/4", including the opening of approximately 1 1/4".
Cordell Pajarito, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Eben Eustace Carlisle, Cochiti-Zuni
"The Honored One" is a magnificent tribute and remembrance from daughter Veronica Poblano to her wonderful father, iconic Zuni carver Leo Poblano (d). He was the nephew of Teddy Weahkee (d). Their enormous contribution to Zuni fetish carving continues in the gifted hands of Veronica.
Masterfully carved from rare and old Morenci turquoise on a crushed red coral and amazing Kingman turquoise base, Veronica's beloved father Leo stands strong in his traditional clothing or blanket, that's inlaid with fabulous sections of red coral, pen shell and white shell. Other accents include red coral and turquoise cabochons that are inlaid with sterling silver, acting as his jewelry. His friendly eyes are of inlaid pen shell and shell, while his finely incised hair is secured with beautiful sections of natural branch red coral, serving as a head bandana. His moccasins are of rich pipestone and white shell.
On the back of his blanket, Veronica's inlaid a lovely limpet shell from Haida Gwaii, an archipelago off British Columbia’s west coast, in Canada. A turquoise stone rests within this treasured shell.
Including the base, this important and small sculptural figurine is about 4 1/4" tall, 2" wide and 2 5/8" deep. Veronica's sterling silver signature label is permanently attached to this outstanding museum-quality piece. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Lambert Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Reggie Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Christopher Sandoval, Zuni-San Felipe