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SWAIA announces Virtual Market award winners

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Virtual Indian Market Diverse Arts Award and VIRTUAL GRAND AWARD

Glenda McKay (Inglalik Athabascan), Harpoon Head with Sheath and Emergency Whistle

Harpoon Head with Sheath and Emergency Whistle by Glenda McKay

 

Virtual Indian Market Jewelry Award

Farrell Pacheco (Santo Domingo Pueblo), The Daughters of Mother Earth

 

The Daughters of Mother Earth by Farrell Pacheco

 

Virtual Indian Market Pottery Award

Shirley M. Brauker (Little River Band of Ottowa), Missing Sisters

 

Missing Sisters by Shirley M. Brauker

 

Virtual Indian Market Paintings/Drawings/Graphics/Photography Award

Everton Tsosie (Navajo), The Last of the Pure

 

The Last of the Pure by Everton Tsosie

 

Virtual Indian Market Pueblo Wooden Carvings Award

Ronald Honyumptewa (Hopi), The Message from a Butterfly

 

The Message from a Butterfly by Ronald Honyumptewa

 

Virtual Indian Market Sculpture Award

Ira Lujan (Taos Pueblo), Parrot

Parrot by Ira Lujan

 

Virtual Indian Market Textiles Award

Lola Cody  (Navajo), Two Gray Hills Navajo Rug

Two Gray Hills Navajo Rug by Lola Cody

 

Virtual Indian Market Beadwork/Quillwork Award

Bill Mendoza (Oglala-Sicangu Lakota), Elk Medicine – Teachings of Lakota Love and Commitment

Elk Medicine by Bill Mendoza

 

Virtual Indian Market Basketry Award

Teresa Secord (Penobscot), 1920 Replica Woven Glove Box

1920 Replica Woven Glove Box by Teresa Secord

 

Virtual Indian Market Youth Award

TobyMae Patricio (15 years old) (Acoma Pueblo), Hunting Canteen

 

 Hunting Canteen - TobyMae Patricio

 

Youth Second Place

Aydrian James Day (Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa), Beautiful Floral Life

 

Youth Third Place

Tara Lujan-Baker (Navajo), Abstract Bowl

 

Special Award: Solidarity in our Current Times

 

Shirley M. Brauker, Missing Sisters

 

Special Award: Elaborate Masks

Cristal Ratt (Algonquin), Kiga Jabwiimin

 

Special Award: Honoring Your Mother and Father

Beverly Bear King Moran (Standing Rock Sioux), Seen by her Nation

 

LINKS:

https://market.swaia.org/

https://www.instagram.com/santafeindianmarket/

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