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Snapshots from our travels to this year’s SWAIA Indian Market and The Antique American Indian Art Show Santa Fe.

Aaron Lopez Bautista, talented leatherworker, takes a photograph of Four Winds Gallery owners John and Carol Krena at Shiprock Santa Fe.

 

Award winning Navajo contemporary jeweler Fritz Casuse during Indian Market showing off his latest pieces for sale.

 

Piki Wadsworth, a Hopi jewelery maker, and daughter of Cheryl Yestewa and Glenn Wadsworth showing her latest necklaces currently at Four Winds Gallery.

 

Native hoop dancer performing on the plaza.

 

 Navajo silversmith, Norbert Peshlakai, displays his latest work at Indian Market currently available at Four Winds Gallery.

 

Navajo artist Yazzie Johnson and Carol on the plaza.

 

John and Carol with Navajo metalsmith James Little.

 

Jared Chavez, San Felipe Pueblo, showing off his latest pieces of work that are currently available at Four Winds Gallery.

 

Young Hopi maidens.

 

Young Hopi maiden.

 

Native hoop dancers performing on the plaza.

 

Drumming on the plaza.

 

Richard Chavez, San Felipe Pueblo, minding his booth during Indian Market.

 

Norbert Peshlakai

 

Frank and Charlene Reano with their grandson.

 

Mike Bird-Romero

 

Buffalo dancers on the plaza.

 

Yasutomo Kodera at Shiprock Santa Fe.

 

The Nakashima furniture exhibition, curated by Four Winds Gallery, along with a Germantown weaving display during the 2018 Objects of Art show and Antique American Indian Art Show.

 

Shoppers in the Four Winds Gallery booth during the Antique American Indian Art Show.

 

Karen Sires, a longtime friend and collector.

 

Vintage Hopi kachinas

 

Shoppers in the Four Winds Gallery booth during the Antique American Indian Art Show.

 

Old friends Bob Haozous and John catching up.

 

The annual “John’s Jewelry Frenzy”.

 

The annual “John’s Jewelry Frenzy”.

 

The annual “John’s Jewelry Frenzy”.

 

The annual “John’s Jewelry Frenzy”.

 

Charles King, King Galleries, with Mira Nakashima.

 

Navajo painter Tony Abeyta relaxing on some vintage George Nakashima cushion conoid chairs with John and Carol.

 

Dear old friends Roxanne Swentzell, Santa Clara Pueblo, with Carol.

 

Old Friends Jed Foutz, Shiprock Santa Fe, and Kim Martindale, show promoter.

 

John Morris, show promoter, with old friend Mira Nakashima.  So how about this, years back John Morris put together a little music festival called Woodstock.

 

A service dog with Assistance Dogs of the West, takes a break on some vintage Nakashima.

 

Iconic-Tafoya and Nakashima.

 

 

Comments (4)

Thank you for such lovely photos and people!

Thank you for sharing such wonderful memories.

Love the images. I will have to make it next year.

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