Captivating man’s imagination throughout history, this beautiful semi-precious stone has played a great role in trade, art, and jewelry for centuries. SYMBOLISM – As a talisman, turquoise has found usage in nearly every culture. Some believe that turquoise has the ability to provide both mental and physical healing. Others revere it for spiritual powers, looking … More Turquoise – A Walk With Beauty
PEARL SYMBOLISM Valued as gemstones and objects of beauty for centuries, the pearl has become a metaphor for something rare, exceptional, exquisite and precious. Since ancient times, the pearl has been seen as the symbol of unblemished perfection, purity, and innocence, of wisdom acquired through experience. It’s even been said that the pearl expresses the purity, generosity, integrity, and … More Pearls. Pearls. Pearls.
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
Sorrel Sky Gallery is excited to be representing several new artists: Painters David Frederick Riley and Lyn Boyer, and Native American ceramic artist Randy Chitto will show in Durango. Native American ceramic artist Alexis Adams, and jewelers Loren Nicole and Luísa Rosas will show in Santa Fe. “The individuality of these six artists, the inspirations and … More Six New Artists!
“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
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