Indian art in Litchfield Park, Arizona – A January tradition

Litchfield Park, Arizona, just west of Phoenix, is a lovely town with a well-known historic resort. But it’s the annual Native American art festival that draws us year after year each January.

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Santa Fe’s Indoor Winter Markets – spend time with the artists

When you visit Santa Fe during the holidays, there is bound to be something interesting going on. I highly recommend these two markets as a way to see some of the best art and craft work that New Mexico has to offer. Both shows feature artists demonstrating their craft and both give you ample time to shop and visit with the artists.

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The legacy of Native American sculptor Allan Houser in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Many have seen the inspirational sculptures of Native American artist Allan Houser. Installations travel all over the United States and individual pieces can be found in the Smithsonian Institution, many prestigious museums and personal collections. Visitors to the Santa Fe area can tour his studio and sculpture gardens.

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Visiting Estella Loretto – Famed Native American Sculptor

In the hills overlooking Santa Fe, you’ll find a very special place. This is the home and studio of Estella Loretto, the only Native American woman working with monumental sculptures. You can visit her studio and this beautiful place by appointment.

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Anchorage Alaska – Native art secrets

Alaska is an isolated and beautiful place. When you travel, it’s fun to bring back local souvenirs and collectibles. A recent trip to Anchorage, Alaska was full of natural beauty, amazing wildlife and learning about Alaskan Native culture and art. So you’ll not be surprised to learn that we went shopping for authentic Alaskan art. But what might surprise you is where we found it!

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