August 26, 2020 Louisa McElwain, Buck Dunton, Charles Loloma, Walt Gonske, c. 1880s Pueblo Manta, Jewelry, 1909 Map, Pueblo Pottery
Paintings by Louisa McElwain, Buck Dunton, Walt Gonske, Barry Atwater, and Fritz Scholder
Doug Hyde's "Butterfly Girl"
c. 1880s Pueblo Manta
Old Pawn Jewelry to include Charles Loloma, Patania family, Dishta, Navajo Arts and Crafts Guild, and More
1909 Map of US Native American Reservations
Northern Plains Beaded Gauntlets
Pueblo Pottery to include Frog Woman, Martha Arquero, Robert Tenorio, and More
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery would like to thank you for your support. Our 24th donation, one of many we hope, has been made to Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program to help with elderly Navajo food security. During this health crisis, a percent of each Wednesday's eBlast offerings will go to support Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program. There are nearly 700 Navajo Elders ages 75 to 100 enrolled as adopted Elders in the Adopt-A-Native-Elder Program. At Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery, we feel this is an important cause to help support food security to the elderly on the Navajo Nation. There are over 15,000 people who live in poverty on the Navajo Nation.