“This collection is such a reflection of Ben’s desire to honor his cultural heritage.” – Shanan Campbell Wells Ben Nighthorse, whose high jewelry collection can be found exclusively at Sorrel Sky Gallery, has been featured in an exhibit since January 2018 at Fort Lewis College Center for Southwest Studies in Durango, CO. Ben Nighthorse Campbell: … Continue reading Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Becoming Cheyenne
When was the last time you met a legend? Three legends in the Native American art community will be joining us at Sorrel Sky Gallery Santa Fe during Indian Market. Come meet a legend! Kevin Red Star Ben Nighthorse Ray Tracey The artist reception on August 16, 2018, from 5-7:30 pm at 125 W. Palace Ave, showcases The … Continue reading The Legends
Former U.S. Senator and jewelry maker Ben Nighthorse-Campbell added his voice to a Senate hearing in New Mexico about ways to prevent counterfeit Indian arts and crafts. Efforts are being made to prevent the sale of counterfeit tribal art and jewelry. This was the focus of testimony as two U.S. senators held a … Continue reading Ben Nighthorse added his voice to a recent Senate hearing in New Mexico about ways to prevent counterfeit Indian arts and crafts.
Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell was presented with the “Trailblazer Award” from the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries and Museums (ATALM) DURANGO, CO and SANTA FE, NM: October 27, 2016; Sorrel Sky Gallery is proud to congratulate Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell on his receipt of the “Trailblazer Award” from the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries and … Continue reading Sorrel Sky Gallery Artist, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Receives Trailblazer Award
Sorrel Sky Gallery will host a series of events in conjunction with the 2016 Santa Fe Indian Market on August 18, 19 and 22. These events will gather together some of today’s most influential artists. On Thursday, August 18, Sorrel Sky opens the group show, Native Art Now, showcasing new works by contemporary Native American … Continue reading Influential Native American and Western artists honored at receptions at the Santa Fe gallery
By Muriel Tissonnier With a nick name like “America’s Horse,” it is clear that the American Quarter Horse is America’s most popular and beloved horse breed. They are also the horse of choice for jewelry-maker Ben Nighthorse, who uses Quarter Horses in all his designs. The first Quarter Horses were bred during the colonial era … Continue reading Ben Nighthorse and the American Quarter Horse
By Jill Soens As you may have heard, Ben Nighthorse recently delivered the US Capitol Christmas Tree to Washington D.C. Now back at home in Southwest Colorado, Ben is creating beautiful new designs just in time for Santa. See what the former senator has been up to! Take a look at these beautiful new Ben … Continue reading Fabulous New Ben Nighthorse Jewelry