SMALL WORKS OF ART AWAKEN INTEREST AND CREATE IMPACT SMALL ART DOES NOT MEAN SMALL IMPACT A small flower nestled amongst the larger rocks and shrubs may possibly be the prettiest example of beauty in the entire garden. Small works of art are like that small flower, surprising us and awakening our interest, creating impact … More Collecting Small Art. An Art In Itself.
We are excited to announce that Kevin Red Star has been selected as one of the recipients of the 2018 Governor’s Arts Awards presented by the Montana Arts Council. The Ceremony and Reception will be at the Montana State Capitol on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018, from 3-6 p.m. The Governor’s Arts Award recognizes outstanding individuals … More Kevin Red Star to Receive 2018 Governor’s Arts Award from Montana Arts Council
High school dropout, award-winning jewelry artist, Olympic athlete, Senator — discover all the identities one of America’s most interesting leaders has adopted on his rags-to-riches journey – and why the most important name was the one he was given as an adult: Nighthorse. Watch this episode of the “Colorado Experience” when it premieres on April … More “Colorado Experience” to Feature Ben Nighthorse
“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: … More 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 … More The Legends
How much detail and history can be found in the works of Kevin Red Star? Find out as you listen to him talk about his painting, “Spotted Weasel.” Are those real buffalo horns? If the Crow Indians are amongst the Plains Indian tribal groups, where did the shells seen in the warrior’s breastplate come from? What does … More “Spotted Weasel”
I’ve been attending Indian Market since I was very young, and I always feel like I’ve learned something new, been taught something valuable, simply by walking through and talking with various artisans. – Shanan Campbell Wells Each year, the Santa Fe Indian Market attracts over 100,000 visitors from around the world. Why? What better place … More Indian Market, Every August Since 1922
Mark your calendars … we’re hosting a one-man show with Kevin Red Star! “Apsaalooke Lodges” will feature several new works from the renowned Native American painter. The artist will be joining us for the opening reception from, 5:00-7:30 pm on July 6, 2018, at the gallery’s downtown location, 125 W Palace Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico. We hope you … More “Apsaalooke Lodges” with Kevin Red Star
Sorrel Sky Gallery hosts a jewelry show on December 1, 2017, at its downtown location, 828 Main Ave from 5:00-9:00 pm, featuring the graceful and sophisticated jewelry of Native American artist Maria Samora. The opening reception, during Durango’s Annual Noel Night Celebration, will present the opportunity to discuss with the artist the inspiration behind her … More One-woman Jewelry Show with Maria Samora During Noel Night
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 … More Ben Nighthorse added his voice to a recent Senate hearing in New Mexico about ways to prevent counterfeit Indian arts and crafts.