Journal

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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  They still embrace the landscape of the desert southwest, modern embodiments of the ancient people who lived among the pithouses, cliff dwellings and adobe structures of thousands of years ago. Called Pueblos by the Spanish conquerors who came into their land, these thriving communities have carried their culture, tradition, and language into the modern […]
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The unique styles and designs associated with Native American jewelry are the modern expression of years of tradition. Culture and community encircle that tradition with the artist creating through the lens of both the past and the present. It is one of the traits which makes Native American art important in the preservation of ancient […]
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