The Navajo Pearl at the Silver Plume Art Gallery Introducing Navajo Bead maker Bryan Joe
The Silver Plume Art Gallery proudly presents their ‘the Navajo Pearl’ exhibition and will also be introducing the next generation of Navajo bead Maker, Bryan Joe.
‘From 3rd to 6th April the Silver Plume Gallery invites you to a four day special event dedicated to Navajo Pearl jewelry’ says the Silver Plume gallery’s owner’ Tad Anderman. ‘Not only will you be able to explore a unique collection of Navajo pearl jewelry but also an exclusive collection of silver beads by up-and-coming Navajo bead maker, Bryan Joe .’ explains Tad.
‘Bryan Joe began learning his craft from his father, well-known metal smith Alfred Joe, when he was just fifteen years old. He makes beautiful handmade beads that mix traditional Navajo designs with contemporary ideas, working with beautiful elements from Mother Earth such as silver, gold and many different types of stones. Bryan has shown his works at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Santa Fe Indian Market and the Prescott Indian Market and his works has become sort after by galleries and collectors alike.’
The Silver Plume Gallery will be presenting ‘the Navajo Pearl’ from Thursday 3rd April 6 to 9pm then on Friday 4th till Sunday 6th April at the earlier times of 10am to 5pm. For more details of the ‘the Navajo Pearl’ exhibition at the Silver Plume Gallery visit http://silverplumegallery.com.au/
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