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Dylan Poblano is a wonderfully creative and distinguished artist from Zuni. He studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan. His mother is award-winning carver and jeweler Veronica Poblano, while his grandfather was noted artist Leo Poblano (d). His sister is carver and beadworker Jovanna Poblano.
Dylan's latest offering is an original and vibrant acrylic painting titled "Zuni Hotshots". In the postwar era, Native American fire suppression crews started across the United States and Alaska, including Zuni Pueblo. Active to this day, they're called “Hotshot” crews as they work the hottest part of wildfires. They're the most fit, experienced and highly trained.
Chopping wood while perhaps dreaming of his true love, an off duty Zuni Hotshot works away. His Stihl chainsaw is close by, as well as a journal or maybe a buzzing cell phone, and a bagged lunch. The greenery such as the tall pine tree, yucca plant and blooming cactus are amazing. Signed by the artist. About 8" by 10". Extra shipping charges may apply.
Contemporary Zuni Pueblo jeweler Dylan Poblano likes to view his jewelry designs as wearable sculptures. He studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan. His mother Veronica Poblano and sister Jovanna Poblano are wonderful artists as well and they all descend from carving great Leo Poblano (d).
Dylan's latest creation is a pair of ethereal sterling silver Dragonfly earrings for pierced ears. Silver beads create awesome texture along the elegantly curved bodies, while repousse star elements celebrate a dragonfly's magical flight. A gorgeously dynamic and one-of-a-kind pair of earrings measuring approximately 4" long and 2 1/2" wide.
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.
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 rain clouds 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.
Dylan Poblano is a wonderful artist that comes from the greater Teddy Weahkee (d) family of Zuni artists. His sister is artist Jovanna Poblano. Their mother is Veronica Poblano.
We're honored to offer Dylan's glorious harvest corn maiden of jet. Her facial features are carved and a mouth is represented by a turquoise inlay. Her body shows etched areas of Corn kernels that are hosting several sterling silver, inlaid red coral and turquoise jewelry accents, perhaps depictive of corn silk or corn pollen. Her traditional tablita headdress is of sterling silver that's stamped with the words Zuni. Two sterling silver elements represents corn husks, rolled in a beautiful way.
An incredible base of red brass completes this approximate 5 3/8" tall, 4 1/4" wide and 2 1/2" deep wondrous work. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.