At the Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder
Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder
Spend an afternoon, with only the most advance Artists from the Poeh Cultural Center. Join us every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday with a number of our Artists to promote the arts of the Pueblos and to preserve them through classes in traditional arts. This event is complimentary for all visitors to view live demonstrations and Artists showcase their artwork.
Adrian Wall is a renowned sculptor from Jemez Pueblo. He has won several major awards and is a member of the Indigenous Sculptors Society, an elite group of Native American Sculptors dedicated to the advancement of stone sculpture. Adrian’s work can be found in museums and private collections across the United States. The subjects of Adrian’s sculptures most often relate to his Pueblo heritage.
Arion Rob Adams
Sometimes the dream comes before the piece begins, and other times it presents itself through the process of creation. Much like physical dreams, artistic dreams evolve over short periods of time. There are tangents that present themselves. David Santiago explores this process with charcoal, pastel and inks on panel. He will be staying at the Drury December 15-December 31, 2017.
Betty J. Padilla (Diné/Navajo) from Ganado, Arizona is a contemporary Native American jeweler. She resides in Santa Clara Pueblo with her husband and children. She has always wanted to make jewelry and was greatly inspired by her Godmother, Lucy “Year Flower” Tafoya. Betty continues to take jewelry classes at the Poeh Cultural Center under the tutelage of Mr. Erik Fender.