Navajo art and rug auction Friday at Pueblo Grande Museum
PHOENIX, Ariz. - Pueblo Grande Museum will be hosting an art auction and rug preview on Friday at 7 p.m. featuring Auctioneers Bruce Burnham, owner of the Burnham Trading Post in Sanders, Ariz. and trader Hank Blair. Over the years as an Indian Trader, Burnham has gained recognition for his dedication to the Navajo people and their art and is often called upon to lecture on Navajo culture and their arts and crafts. He and his family are organizing the art and rug auction and have brought in exquisite examples of what will be auctioned off Friday at Pueblo Grande Museums Navajo Rug Auction.
The Navajo Rug Auction will begin at 10 a.m. with a preview and bidding will begin at noon. A portion of the proceeds from the auctions will go to benefit the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park Auxiliary. The auction will be a wonderful event with free museum admission, beautiful art and rugs and fry bread. Come and enjoy the sites and sounds and have a traditional Native American fry bread taco.
Burnham Trading Company will accept items on consignment for the art and rug auctions. They will be accepting these items through Friday at Drum Beat Indian Arts Store located at 4143 N. 16th St, No. 1, in Phoenix, AZ from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
For more information visit pueblogrande.com or call (602) 495-0901.
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