Spring Gallery Walk
Friday, May 12, 2017
The Spring Gallery Walk features the work of Durango leather artists, silversmith, bump skier and black belt Karate expert Eric Hodges!
Hodges is creating a series of leather bags decorated with Navajo weaving fragments that are really artistic and usable. The artist will also feature a collection of his other leather work and jewelry.
Friday, September 15, 2017
June 10, 2017
Rio Tinto Center, University of Utah
10am - 4pm
Join us for a Navajo Rug Sale and Silent Auction
Proceeds benefit the The Natural History Museum of Utah. Every item has a "buy-it-now" price, which means the first bidder on any rug can take it away by paying 20% over the minimum bid.
10am - 2pm
Bring in your rugs and talk with Jackson Clark for an evaluation and advice on restoration. He's a third generation trader and owner of Toh-Atin Gallery.
Jackson will be giving a talk on Navajo weaving.
August 16-20, 2017
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.