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Gallery Walks

Spring Gallery Walk

Toh-Atin Gallery

Friday, May 12, 2017

We're proud to feature the work of an outstanding young Navajo painter and weaver, Marcia Begay.

This young woman is not only an accomplished Two Grey Hills weaver, following in the footsteps of her great-grandmother, but also an outstanding painter capturing the landscapes of the Navajo Nation with a special understanding that comes from growing up with a feeling for the land and her people.

Marcia has been painting and weaving since she was a young girl.This is her first gallery show and we are really excited to share her art and her captivating personality with you!

Fall Gallery Walk

Friday, September 15, 2017

Navajo Rug Sale & Silent Auction

April 21-22, 2017

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

1700 NE 63rd St., Oklahoma City OK 93111

In April we'll be heading to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, formerly the Cowboy Hall of Fame, in Oklahoma City for our annual Navajo Weaving Sale and Silent Auction

If you've never been to this museum, it's one you should not miss! The art and history are worth the trip!

The Auction runs from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and features more than 100 weavings ranging in value from $100 to $10,000. At any time during the Silent Auction, you may purchase a rug at 20% over the minimum if it does not have an earlier bid. Proceeds of the sale support the Museum's exhibitions and programs.

Santa Fe Indian Market

August 16-20, 2017

Inn and Spa at Loretto

Zuni Ballroom

211 Old Santa Fe Trail

Santa Fe NM 87501

Mark your calendars now for this magical event celebrating tribal history and traditions! For all the info on the event, visit the Santa Fe Indian Market website. We're teaming up with Waddell Trading Company again this year to showcase exquisite Navajo weavings and collectible Indian art.

Jackson Clark will share fascinating tales about weavers, silversmiths, and other Native American artists he's known over the years.

Authors Philip Chambless and Mike Ryan will be guests of Jackson Clark and Gene Waddell. They'll be signing copies of their book The Great American Turquoise Rush: 1890-1910, which was the era of the largest effort to mine, process and market turquoise in the United States.