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Dylan Poblano continues to inspire us with his mastery of various art forms like painting, jewelry, fetish carving and sculpture. His mother is distinguished carver and jeweler Veronica Poblano, while his grandfather was noted artist Leo Poblano (d). His sister is carver and beadworker Jovanna Poblano. Dylan grew up spending time in his family's studio where artistic endeavors flourished.
We're excited to share his latest creation in sterling silver, a two-piece "Star Deity With Water" sculpture that celebrates these magnificent celestial bodies. Surrounded by many stars, is a deity wearing a traditional tablita headdress. Cascading from a bowl is life-giving water. This fabulous water component is removable. A museum-quality sculpture measuring about 2 1/4" tall, 2" wide and 1 1/2" deep. Signed by the artist. Because the gorgeous star elements are fabricated with cleanly pointed tips, please handle with care.
Dylan Poblano is a versatile and creative artist expressing himself in fetish carving, jewelry, painting and sculpture. He comes from the greater Teddy Weahkee (d) family of accomplished Zuni artists. His sister is carver and jeweler Jovanna Poblano. Their mother is renowned artist Veronica Poblano.
Masterfully hand-fabricated and gloriously textured sterling silver makes up the majority of this exquisite bird with egg and nest sculpture. The jet-eyed feathered friend has a vibrant spiny oyster shell beak, a mother-of-pearl body and wears a glorious cape of sterling silver feathers. A removable mother-of-pearl shell egg is lovingly cared for by this attentive parent bird. At the base, perhaps toadstools, pebbles, plant life and other lovely foliage happily grows.
We've never seen such a beautifully constructed sculpture by Dylan. It's fabulously contemporary but has an engaging, almost old-world feel to it. About 4 1/4" tall, 1 1/4" wide and 1 1/2" deep. Extra shipping charges may apply.
An extraordinary multi-media painting is visually stunning and super colorful, by Zuni Pueblo contemporary artist Dylan Poblano.
On a canvas with wood frame, Dylan's creatively hand-painted this approximate 28" long and 20" wide work. It's securely suspended by a hand-carved arrow element and rope. Vibrant acrylic paints adorn with expressive wording like "Anasazi", "we use au natural earth pigments & minerals" and "Scientifically proven to get you noticed".
A fabulous sterling silver lip pin is secured to the top area of this work, on a length of black sueded leather. It's all amazingly hand-fabricated by Dylan who is a wonderful jeweler as well. Stands of turquoise-colored ceramic beads are draped. Hot pink colored craft feathers and some specially painted, adorn this spectacular work that's been signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
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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.
"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.
Standing confident at about 6" tall, 4" wide and 2" deep, is Claudia Peina's airy turquoise Butterfly maiden. A set of outstanding hand-stamped sterling silver wings are decorated with star, sun, rain and cloud elements.
Her hair is beautifully incised, as is the side sash that's part of her traditional clothing. Many red coral inlays represent things like her earrings, mouth, lovely naja necklace and flowers. Incised designs like growing plant life are inlaid with jet, as are her eyes.
The weight of this amazing turquoise specimen comes in at about 12.5 ounces. Extra shipping charges may apply.