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Showing the highly creative style of the traditional form of beadwork, this hide covered frame was done with tiny Czechoslovakian beads and had a realistic full face depiction as its subject (Photo by Rosanda Suetopka Thayer).

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Native artists win awards, accolades at annual Santa Fe Indian Market
Rainy Naha, local Hopi potter winner of SWAIA fellowship

Thumbnail photo: 2007 Indian Market Best of Show winner, Dallin Maybee from the Seneca and Northern Arapaho Tribes. SANTA FE, N.M.-For the past 86 years, Santa Fe's Indian Market has brought together the most gifted Native American artists from all of the U.S. along with millions of visitors and collectors from around the world. This weekend ranks as the world's single largest and most highly-acclaimed Native American arts event show and is New Mexico's largest attended weekend event.

By By Rosanda Suetopka Thayer August 29, 2007
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