Journal

Tskies Artist Co-Op is a dream come true. The concept of a place where artists could come and find the equipment, workspace and mentoring they needed has been part of the Tskies dream since the beginning. One of the most important aspects of the Co-Op is the goal of enabling each artist to build their […]
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As part of Turquoise Skies’ ongoing commitment to the preservation of the art of Native American jewelry making, the company has begun offering an internship for those interested in being mentored by other artists. This year the first intern, Zacharias Lovato, has begun working toward his goal of learning the art and techniques of making […]
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New Mexico True. It’s a statement that’s become synonymous with the best of experiences our state has to offer. Authentic, real experiences, based on the most honest and transparent statements, that offer visitors a chance to build a great memory. The words promise the delivery of met expectations and true workmanship. And those words are […]
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Marion Lovato has a good idea of what it’s like to come back from the dead. And she knows that the old adage about healing oneself holds quite a bit of truth. Yet the story of Marion bouncing back from adversity is one that also contains the importance of community and what she describes as […]
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Andrew Pacheco believes there is no limit to creativity. To him, what an artist truly needs to succeed is to have the patience and the willingness to learn and to take the punches as they go along. It’s a philosophy that’s reflected in his own artistic journey. Andrew grew up watching his parents make art. […]
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