This group of work comes from an important collection representing one of Loloma’s most productive and creative periods. Made in the late 1960’s to early 1970’s, these pieces mirror the exuberance of the time while drawing inspiration from ancestral jewelry. Combining hand-drilled turquoise, shell and stone beads with classic fabrication and casting techniques, they are emblematic of the innovation that made Loloma one of the most respected and sought after artists of the twentieth century.
Shiprock Santa Fe was featured in a textile shopping guide as part of Mountain Living Magazine’s Art and Antiques August 2014 issue.
We were so pleased to be part of a great event at Anteks last Saturday, September 20th! We had a great time, and were featured in FD LUXE .
Thanks to everyone who came out
Shiprock Santa Fe owner Jed Foutz was photographed with long-time friends, writer Carmella Padilla and santero Luis Tapia at the second annual Boots, Bolos & Boogie Ball benefiting Youth Shelters of Santa Fe.
A beautiful old New Mexican desk, from Shiprock Santa Fe, is featured in an article on artist Susan Stella’s Tesuque home.
Check out visvim designer Hiroki Nakamura discussing drawing inspiration from traditional Native American moccasins for his line of footwear. You can check out both visvim, as well traditional moccasins, at the gallery.
Take a look at the link here or click on the link above to see Hiroki’s unique perspective on moccasins.