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Julius Keyonnie, Navajo jeweler from Winslow, is an annual prize winner at Santa FeÕs Indian Market in New Mexico. This necklace, made from 18K gold and pure silver, won a prize at the 2005 market.

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Sixth annual Native American Fine Art Show
TC's Warrior Pavilion turns out festive art gala with food, music & high end native art

TUBA CITY -- Now in its sixth successful year of bringing a major winter, indoor art market to the Rez at Tuba City High School's Warrior Pavilion, the Native American Fine Art Show and Sale opened on Friday, Feb. 16. What followed was two days of art that featured a real gallery opening night with live music, tasty reception food and, most importantly, bona fide artwork that highlights the best of Native American art, both contemporary and traditional, all the while raising funds for Toys for Tots.

By By Rosanda Suetopka Thayer December 28, 2005
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