Clay Stories
Native American Art Magazine|August - September 2020
Clay Stories
In response to current health restrictions, King Galleries is hosting a virtual event titled Bigger, Better, Online and Virtual. In past years, the gallery had a two-day event for their many talented Pueblo potters, and kicked off right before the Santa Fe Indian Market. In an effort to stay motivated and positive, King Galleries has extended the event to one week from August 11 to August 18, displaying traditional and contemporary work from artists such as Les Namingha, Jeremey Frey, Robert Patricio, Russell Sanchez, Tammy Garcia and Jennifer Tafoya.

“I’m excited that this year we are including more artists and expanding our shows from two days to seven during our Native art week at the gallery,” says gallery owner Charles King. “Some great younger artists will be showing with us for the first time, as well as some of the great names in Pueblo art. Artists may or may not be present, but video and live streaming of various events will provide an opportunity for people to learn more about the art and artists.”

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August - September 2020