One of the ironies in the life of Nora Naranjo-Morse, the esteemed 51-year-old Santa Clara Pueblo sculptor—who is also a metal, clay, and installation artist, filmmaker, and poet—was her early failure as a student. Until she moved from a public elementary school to one at Taos Pueblo in northern New Mexico...
Shelly NiroA Mohawk photographer and mixed-media artist flourishes north of the border
Lawrence Namoki, residing atop a Hopi mesa, this potter has become nationally recognized
An award-winning artist of Choctaw descent paints realistic scenes in watercolor
A pioneering Artist pursues her artistic dreams
Susan Folwell follows in her mother’s footsteps but forges her own path
A well-known artist and teacher discusses her long career
Dolls dressed in highly detailed Native clothing are the hallmark of this young artist
By Wolf Schneider In this day of mass merchandising and computerized social networking, Jeff Storey chooses instead to sell his storyteller sculptures to clients he knows. He doesn’t have a website for his one-of-a-kind artworks, nor does he want one. “I like to meet the people who see my work,” explains Storey, who is...
A Hopi stone sculptor carves out a fluid style