Native American Art and Artists Blog

  • Getting to Know Turquoise

    For thousands of years Native American people of the Southwest have made, worn, and traded mosaic inlay and beads of turquoise, shell, bone, or stone. Learn more about Turquoise.
  • A Touch of Turquoise

    Today we bring you not only one but two looks that you can achieve if you believe...Z snaps all around!

    In our first look I took a beautiful Penny Singer (Navajo, Dine’) appliqué men shirt and combined it with a traditional sash...

  • Talking Turquoise with Joe Dan Lowry

    The Shumakolowa Native Arts team recently visited Joe Dan Lowry at the Turquoise Museum.  Joe Dan’s family has been involved in the turquoise industry for five generations and he is also the developer and curator of Albuquerque’s Turquoise Museum.

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