Journal

Sheena Begay believes every Native American design has a story. That belief is a large part of why she enjoys modeling pieces from Native artists. It’s her way of putting their story out there for others to hear and see. And to show people about their history and what they’re trying to build with their […]
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We’re excited to feature this guest post by SugarxndSpice! We feel blessed to have such an authentic and passionate Latinx ally sharing her thoughts about our business! Enjoy her very entertaining review.

Happy Indigenous Peoples Day!

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Style is subjective. Each of us creates our own unique persona through choices that are based on a variety of factors. Generational changes, geographical locations and personal likes and dislikes all play into the choices we make. When it comes to jewelry, these factors combine to allow for more options in styles and creations in the market. With Native American jewelry, tradition and...

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“I want to focus on elevating Native American art, so it’s globally recognized and respected.” That’s the heart motivation behind Sheyenne Sky’s work with Turquoise Skies. It’s what drives her education and her chosen career. The best thing for the artists she works with is she knows a bit about going global.

Born a member of the Diné in Raton, New Mexico, Sheyenne has...

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