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    19 posts tagged Native Jewelers

    When Mitchell Zephier creates his unique pieces of art-quality jewelry, he begins with the gifts of the earth .http://bit.ly/W1KY92

    Tommy Singer (born 1940) is a Navajo silversmith who specializes in chip-inlay jewelry. His inlaid turquoise, coral, and silver pieces incorporate traditional Navajo designs. http://bit.ly/PY4sua

    Joseph Begay is a full blooded Native American jeweler born into the Navajo Nation in 1964. http://bit.ly/1tck3MH

    Michael Haskell’s jewelry designs embrace his Plains Indian culture and heritage. http://bit.ly/13c2h9j

    Multi-award winner jeweler Andrew “Redhorse” Alvarez was born in 1953, in New Mexico of Apache and Colleville descent. http://bit.ly/1lJlc9r 

    Zuni artists Tony and Ola Eriacho have been creating beautiful jewelry for over 35 years – first on their own as individual, and then together as a couple. http://bit.ly/UaWkZb 

    Ric Charlie is an accomplished, self-taught Navajo goldsmith who has gained international acclaim for his tufa-cast jewelry. http://bit.ly/UVJPoc

    Richard Begay was born and raised in Navajoland, Arizona. Since young, he realized that he wanted to follow the yearnings of his heart and create beautiful jewelry. http://bit.ly/1luxwVX 

    A full-blooded Navajo from Chinle, AZ, Tommy Jackson learned the art of silversmithing from his mother and father. http://bit.ly/10nORMQ

    Ric Charlie is an accomplished, self-taught Navajo goldsmith who has gained international acclaim for his tufa-cast jewelry. http://bit.ly/UVJPoc

    Colin Coonis is a rising star in the sky of Native American jewelry artists. He has recently been featured in Native People’s Magazine. Read more http://bit.ly/UrMCFw

    Born on the Navajo Reservation, Darryl Dean Begay was raised in the traditional Navajo way of life. He is from a family of artists; his grandmother was a weaver and his grandfather a ceremonial sandpainter. Learn more http://bit.ly/1bgWXGB

    Rolanda Haloo was born in 1956 in Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. She learned the basics of jewelry-making from her father, Jacob Haloo, who also taught her cousin, Dennis Edaakie, one of the most renowned Zuni artists. Read more http://bit.ly/V6gbwD

    Throughout her career as a jeweler, Consuelo Campos’ work has been shaped by the influences of her past. Read more http://bit.ly/XzRBjW

    Naveek named Artist of the Year 1993, by the Indian Arts and Crafts Association, is an extraordinary master jeweler by any standard. He uses his professional name Naveek to honor his Navajo and Greek heritage. Read more http://bit.ly/1bFNTv0

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