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The Four Winds Gallery Legacy 

Since 1974, we have hosted the nation’s foremost artists and authorities, bringing the richness and knowledge of Native American culture to our city.
Browse the extensive lists of artists we have worked with during our 45+ years in business, and take a look at our visual history of mailers, show invitations, and news articles below.

Four Winds Gallery Artist Show List

Jewelry

  • Keri Ataumbi – Kiowa
  • Victor Beck – Navajo
  • Harvey Begay – Navajo
  • Gail Bird – Santo Domingo Pueblo – & Yazzie Johnson – Navajo
  • Shawn Bluejacket – Loyal Shawnee
  • Richard Chavez – San Felipe Pueblo
  • Edison Cummings – Navajo
  • Jennifer Curtis – Navajo
  • Kristen Dorsey – Chickasaw
  • Teri Greeves – Kiowa
  • Shane Hendren – Navajo
  • Phillip Honanie – Hopi
  • Steve LaRance – Hopi
  • Carol Krena – Resident Metalsmith
  • Aaron Bautista Lopez – Mixtec
  • Harold Lovato – Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • James Little – Navajo
  • Sam Lovato – Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • Duane Maktima – Laguna/Hopi
  • Norbert Peshlakai – Navajo
  • Mckee Platero – Navajo
  • Bernice Reano – Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • Angie Reano Owen – Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • Percy Reano – Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • Selestino Reano – Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • Jesse Robbins – Creek
  • Mike Bird-Romero – San Juan Pueblo
  • Maria Samora – Taos Pueblo
  • Anthony Sanchez – Hispanic
  • Cody Sanderson – Navajo
  • Ray Tracey – Navajo
  • Liz Wallace – Navajo
  • Artie Yellowhorse – Navajo

Potters

  • Jason Garcia – Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Tina Garcia – Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Harold Littlebird – Laguna/Kewa
  • Darlene Nampeyo – Hopi
  • Nora Naranjo-Morse – Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Toni Roller – Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Louis Naranjo – Cochiti Pueblo
  • Linda Tafoya Sanchez – Santa Clara Pueblo

Painters

  • Nocona Burgess – Comanche
  • Bruce Carter
  • Rudy Fernandez – Hispanic
  • RC Gorman – Navajo
  • Dale Hovanaya – Hopi
  • Rhett Lynch – Navajo
  • Kevin Red Star – Crow

Sculpture

  • Marie Cash Romero – Hispanic
  • Cliff Fragua – Jemez Pueblo
  • Jorge Lovato – Taos Pueblo
  • Bob Haozous – Chiricahua/Apache
  • Ken Ledonne
  • Michael Naranjo – Tewa
  • Virgil Ortiz – Cochiti Pueblo
  • Isaac Sala – Inuit
  • Roxanne Swentzell – Santa Clara Pueblo

Retrospectives

  • The Biesel Collection
  • TC Cannon – Kiowa
  • Damacia Cordero – Cochiti Pueblo
  • Helen Cordero – Cochiti Pueblo
  • Edward Sheriff Curtis – Ethnographer/Photographer
  • The Sue DiMaio Collection
  • Helen Hardin – Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Allan Houser – Apache
  • Ivan & Rita Lewis – Cochiti
  • Charles Loloma – Hopi
  • Joseph Lonewolf – Santa Clara Pueblo
  • Julian Lovato – Santo Domingo Pueblo
  • Maria Martinez – Tewa
  • George Nakashima – Japanese-American
  • Serefina Ortiz – Cochiti Pueblo
  • Joe H Qunitana – Cochiti Pueblo
  • Fritz Scholder – Luiséno
  • Turquoise “A History of the Sky Stone”
  • Margaret Tafoya – Santa Clara Pueblo

Lectures

  • Jackson Clark – Navajo Weavings
  • Lois Sherr Dubin – Author of North American Indian Jewelry and Adornment
  • Jed Foutz – Fifth Generation Indian Trader/Shiprock Santa Fe
  • Sandra Horn – Native American Basketry
  • Richard Mehagian – Hopi Jewelry Authority
  • Bob Gallegos – History of Native American Jewelry
  • Charles King – Pueblos ceramics and the legacy of Margaret Tafoya

Furniture

  • Mira Nakashima – Japanese/American

Musical Performances

  • Tom Russell – Singer/songwriter
  • Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra members “Save Our Symphony”

Publications

  • “In The Spirit of the Ancestors”
    The Kappmeyer Collection of Native American Art
  • “Masterworks and Eccentricities: Navajo and Pueblo Jewelry and Metalwork 1880 – 1950”
    The Druckman Collection of Native American Art
  • “Trees in A Circle: The Teec Nos Pos Story”
  • “Shared Visions”
    Carol Krena and Roxanne Swentzell exhibition catalogue
  • “Tradition and Innovation, the Legacy of Julian Lovato”
    Exhibition catalogue
  • “Born of Fire: The Pottery of Margaret Tafoya”
    Collaboration with Charles King, King Galleries

 

Exhibitions beyond the gallery

  • Charles Loloma Retrospective at Shiprock Santa Fe
  • The Art and Artistry of Margaret Tafoya: Santa Clara Pueblo Potter, Santa Fe
  • The Antique American Indian Art Show Santa Fe
  • An exhibition of George and Mira Nakashima Furniture – Antique American Indian Art Show, Santa Fe
  • “Tradition and Innovation, the Legacy of Julian Lovato,” Santa Fe
    Antique American Indian Art Show, Santa Fe
  • “Born of Fire: The Life and Pottery of Margaret Tafoya”
    A traveling exhibition curated by Four Winds Gallery honoring the life and legacy of Margaret Tafoya

    • Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • Erie Art Museum, Erie, Pennsylvania
    • Ceramics Research Center at the Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona
    • Wheelwright Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico