Reflection and Connection
Native American Art Magazine|August - September 2020
Reflection and Connection
SANTA FE, NM Blue Rain Gallery in Santa Fe’s Railyard Arts District holds its Annual Celebration of Native American Art during Native Art Week with a stellar group of artists including Dan Friday, Starr Hardridge, Chris Pappan, Maria Samora, Jody Naranjo, Lisa Holt and Harlan Reano, Hyrum Joe, Thomas Breeze Marcus, Avis Charley and Shonto Begay. A variety of media like glass sculpture, painting, ceramics and jewelry will be on display for collectors to explore.

“I am very excited and looking forward to being a part of the Celebration of Native American Art at Blue Rain Gallery...It has always been an honor to be amongst a select group of talented artists in such an established and distinguished gallery,” says Samora. The Taos artist brings to the exhibition a pair of brilliant 18-karat gold cone fan earrings. “Having time to reflect on my work and this world these last few months has been very eyeopening. It has been a chance to reboot and redefine myself...Currently, the work I have chosen to exhibit at Blue Rain is an expansion on my pyramid collection as well as my signature designs with a focus on minimalist one-of-a-kind pieces—creating jewelry that brings the wearer much joy,” she says.

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August - September 2020