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Wright's Indian Art

Grand Opening & 106th Anniversary

The celebration will kick off on Saturday, May 11, at 10 am, with a ceremonial blessing by a Native medicine man and a ribbon cutting. Over the weekend, there will be flute playing by sculptor/musician Adrian Wall, dancing by World Champion Hoop Dancer Nakotah LaRance – recently returned from Cirque de Soleil, an informal fashion show by Navajo designer Penny Singer, and more. Wright’s Indian Art currently offers a vast array of American Indian jewelry, pottery, paintings, sculpture, fetishes, kachinas, folk art, masks, and textiles. Every single item is handmade, and selected with rigorous standards. Says Bobrick, “Indian art has evolved; what hasn’t changed is the trust inspired by the honesty of our dealings with both artists and collectors.”

Date & Time

Weekly on Sunday and Saturday

May 11, 2013 through May 12, 2013


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