I’ll be exhibiting at the Indian Market this weekend! Juried show! Find unique pieces for the holidays. Visit me and check out my new work.
I was at this show last year, and the site is beautiful. There is something relaxing about the desert this time of year. The light and the colors are soft, and they shift throughout the day. The earth is almost a golden wheat color, with shades of pinks and purples and deep oranges that shift throughout the day.
The Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary is proud to host the 37th Annual Indian Market on December 14 & 15, 2013. The market will offer an array of activities for children and adults, including exceptional American Indian Music and dance, a variety of native foods, sweet and savory fry bread, other treats and authentic American Indian fine art, collectibles and cultural exhibits. A perfect place for last minute holiday shopping.
A new feature has been added to this year’s market, Ki:him – community village where cultural demonstrations and presentations will take place, providing guests with hands on access to everyday activities past and present and opportunities to interact and learn about the culture through storytelling, music, song, dance, games and native foods. Ki:him is the O’odham word for community village. While representatives of the four Southern communities of the O’odham people, descendants of the ancient Hohokam will be participating in the Ki:him, there will also be artists and representatives from various other tribes participating in the community village as well.
Come to the 37th Annual Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market it’s a perfect place for last minute holiday shopping and a great opportunity to learn more about American Indian history and culture, past and present.
Dates/Times/Location: Kick Off Event – Radisson Airport Phoenix – 427 N. 44th St., Phoenix, AZ
Friday, December 13th from 6:00pm to 10:00 pm
Indian Market – Pueblo Grande Museum – 4619 E. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ
Saturday, December 14th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, December 15th from 9:00 am to 4:00pm
Indian Market (Includes Museum Admission – A $6.00 value) Tickets are only $5.00 per person Children 11 years and under – FREE
Tickets for the Kick-Off Event are $20.00 and can be purchased in advance at Brown Paper Tickets by clicking HERE. Tickets may also be purchased at the door. Pueblo Grande Auxiliary members may also call (602) 495-0901 to purchase discounted tickets through the museum store.
Tickets for the Indian Market may be purchased in advance at Brown Paper Tickets by clicking HERE. Tickets may also be purchased at the door.
A brushed silver lip opens to highly polished silver in the simple yet stunning cuff. The cuff is meant to sit low on the wrist and has a substantial weight. The curved rounded inner side of the bracelet makes this piece extremely comfortable to wear.
Signed on the inside. Matagi Sorensen signature design.
This “silver lace” cuff is anything but dainty. Solid silver, this bracelet is comfortably weighty without being heavy. A gorgeous piece, the curve and the cut-outs refract light and color so that the bracelet seems to shimmer.
Modern with an organic feel! Simply stunning.
The inside of the cuff is curved and smooth for a very comfortable fit. Signature piece.
Reddish copper peaks out from beneath a flash of golden yellow enamel in this hand-hammered anticlastic copper cuff. Very smooth on the inside of the bracelet for a comfortable fit. The copper along the outer surface/exposed curve is left raw, so that as time goes by it will deepen with color, making this an ever-evolving piece.
The cuff is approximately an inch wide, the curve rising about a quarter inch. One-of-a-kind. Signed on the back.
Signature-style carved silver cuff. This piece is stunning – one inch wide and carved with organic, flowing lines in polished sterling silver – reflects light beautifully.
An instant classic. Bold, natural, gorgeous!
This cuff fits a medium wrist. Hand-carved design.
I’ve created twenty-five bracelets for this edition. Each piece is hand-signed (engraved) and numbered. I am donating number “one” of “twenty-five” to the Heard Museum today.
This weekend (March 2 & 3), I will be participating in the Heard Museum Guild Indian Market and Fair. This is the biggest Indian Market in Arizona – featuring top Native American artists from around the country.
Peridot is supposed to be an excellent stone for abundance and prosperity. It is also a healing stone, especially for people who are already healers themselves. No matter what, it is a warm, vibrant, beautiful stone!