The Burnham family has been trading with the native people of the Four Corners area for five generations. Over the years, the Burnham’s have gained recognition for their dedication to the Navajo People and their art. They are noted for their encouragement of innovation and quality in Navajo textiles. Bruce and Virginia Burnham have been trading rugs for more than 30 years and in that time they have helped to develop several distinct rug styles including the New Lands Raised outline, Burntwater, Germantown Revival and Spider Rock.
Don’t miss a single event! Join us whether you plan to bid or not. These events are a wonderful opportunity to see the various types of Native art and Navajo rugs that are being produced as well as giving you an opportunity to learn about how to collect Native art. On Saturday, November 3, 2012 the museum will be open for those who would like to visit, and frybread will also be available for purchase.
This event is sponsored by the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary, a non-profit group that supports the museum. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Auxiliary. For more information visit our website at http://www.pueblogrande.com or call us at 602-495-0901.