Santa Fe Indian Market
I have been working really hard for this show! One-of-a-kind fine art pieces take time to make, I wish I could post everything I am creating as I make it. To be in this show has been a dream of mine – and it’s coming true! I am honored and grateful to be one of the chosen artists to be at this event.
This is a big deal!
I hope to see some of you there. If you read my blog, stop by and say “Hello.”
Coral Hollow Tear 1Tear-shaped Coral and Silver Shadowbox Pendant
Brushed silver carries red coral punctuated by the deep black in the shadowbox. The cut out at the top of the pendant flows with the overall shape of the tear and the coral. Holes in the side of the pendant allow the necklace to be seen through the front.
Entirely hand-crafted, this pendant is approximately a two inches long by an inch-and-a-half wide and a quarter inch deep. The coral is one-of-a-kind, as is the entire piece. Shown with a sixteen-inch silver omega necklace (separate from the pendant). Hand-signed on the back.
Triple Goddess Pearls and Brushed Silver Pendant
Three white pearls set in an amorphous bowl of brushed silver are softly radiant.
One-of-a-kind, hand-crafted. Approximately two inches long by an inch wide, a quarter inch deep. Shown here with a 16 inch 7-strand omega necklace.
Brushed Silver and Pearl Necklace – 2nd Place for Contemporary Native American Jewelry
I am thrilled that this piece won second place in the Contemporary Jewelry Division at the Eiteljorg Museum Indian Art Market 2014 in Indianapolis on June 21st. It feels great to be recognized for my work – and inspires me to keep on creating!
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,Continue reading “Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market – this weekend!”
Mokume Hollow Form Pendant – Arrow
Hand-crafted silver and copper mokume is cradled by brushed silver in this hollow form pendant. Organic shapes create a unique, one-kind-only piece. Over time, the copper will deepen in color, making this an ever-changing pendant.
Approximately three inches long, about an inch wide, and a quarter-inch deep. Signed on the back. Shown here with a seven-strand silver omega necklace. Signed on the back.
I will be in Salt Lake City this weekend showing my work at the Natural History Museum of Utah – Canyon in Salt Lake City. I’m really excited about this show, and a little nervous because I think I’m going to be driving through snow for twelve hours!
“Celebrate native arts and culture at the Natural History Museum of Utah. The Indian Art Market is a juried show featuring the work of regional native artists. Over 20 selected artists will display and sell their original work ranging from jewelry, beadwork, sculpture, painting and more. Meet the artists, learn about contemporary Indian arts and tribal culture and take home something new and unique to add to your collection.”
October 12 & 13, 2013: Indian Art Market, Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center of The University of Utah, 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Utah
Triple Goddess Pendant with Two Lines
This brushed silver hollow form pendant with three turquoise stones and two lines that open to a shadowbox is clean and modern. A classic southwestern combination of materials with contemporary execution.
A simple, beautiful, piece.
Approximately two inches long by a half inch wide and a quarter inch deep. Hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind. A signature Matagi Sorensen design. Shown here with a seven-strand, sixteen inch omega necklace. Hand-signed.
Jerome is absolutely spectacular this time of year. The photo below is the view from Jerome as the sun is setting.
Come out and visit me at Zen Mountain Gallery. I’ll be giving live jewelry making demonstrations and showing my latest designs. The gallery is beautiful and I’ve got lots of new work!