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Santa Fe Indian Market Guide featuring: Path to Market: A photo essay by Gabriella Marks • Wool of the Earth: Raising sheep by hand and shearing them herself, Indian Market veteran Lola Cody is a self-sustaining powerhouse in the weaving world., By Michael Clawson • Heishi—Living Design: A central aspect of Pueblo jewelry design, the bead continues to play an important role in contemporary Native art, By Paula A. Baxter • Fearless Fashion: The Santa Fe Indian Market Haute Couture Fashion Show has been paving the way for Native fashion designers since its debut—and this year is no exception, By Taylor Transtrum • Spirit Beings: Author Barry Walsh turns his attention to contemporary katsina carvers and offers insight on who to collect right now. • Insubordination, Narration and History: Modern and Historical Ledger Art: A comprehensive look into the rich narrative surrounding ledger art, from its early beginnings to artists participating in this year’s Indian Market, By Stephen Fox • Paint & Paper: Painters Jason Parrish and Tokeya Waci U Richardson share merchandise artist duties at this year’s market. • Down to Earth: The friendships that Howard and Joy Berlin share with the artists they collect form the backbone of their collection, By John O’Hern

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