Journal

Years ago, both black bears and grizzly bears made their home in New Mexico. These creatures are a majestic sight in their natural habitat, despite the cartoon images of our childhood. Other attempts to make these animals cuddly and cute...
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Corn, also known as maize, has been sacred to Native Americans for thousands of years. Its importance to the survival of the people was so great that corn became a part of ceremony, a symbol of wisdom and evidence that...
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Grandmothers are the backbone of the family in cultures all over the world. Considered the ones who pass along the culture, the religion and the family history, grandmothers are respected for their connections to the past and to the future.In...
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These bracelets are far from perfect. They are firsts. And like first steps or first words, they arise from persistence, radiate excitement, and mark the beginning of a journey.  When Interns and aspiring artists join T.Skies through our Jewelry Initiative, the copper...
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Weaving has been a part of the Navajo way of life for nearly as long as we have been a part of this world. Before the churro sheep arrived with the Spanish and we adopted them into our communities, we...
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