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Fritz J. Casuse Fritz J. Casuse.. Fritz has been involved in numerous shows and competitions. He has exhibited his work throughout the South West and elsewhere. Fritz feels that if the collector or buyer understands the beauty of the piece, then that is an accomplishment.
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Ray D. Garcia Ray Duck has won awards at various shows for his work including; Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City, Cahokia Mounds Fine Arts Show, Cahokia Mounds Historical Site, Collinsville, Illinois and Heard Museum Indian Art Market, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.
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Kenna Kenna was born and raised in California and now resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She is a metalsmith who works with sterling silver, copper, brass, and bronze. She likes mixing metals to give her work color variation and depth. Kenna is of Yaqui, Tarasca, and Huichol decent.
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Roxanne Swentzell is also at www.roxanne-swentzell.com. Roxanne Swentzell is a Pueblo of Santa Clara sculptor and traditional native artist. Her emotionaly charged clay figures have been showcased in the Smithsonian and the White House in Washington, DC and museums throughout the world. Her work may also be seen at www.roxanne-swentzell.com
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LuAnne F. Aragon LuAnne F. Aragon.. I began my journey in the art of making Indian jewelry through my friend and fellow student, Ray D. Garcia. Since I have never had the opportunity to learn metalsmithing Ray taught me the basics of soldering, cutting, shaping and finishing pieces of jewelry.

As I have been in jewelry class with Fritz Casuse, I have learned different ways of making and designing jewelry which has helped me as well. My future goals in jewelry are to continue to cast and also to inlay with different stones.
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Roxanne Swentzell Roxanne Swentzell, is a Santa Clara sculptor and traditional native artist. Her emotionaly charged clay figures have been showcased in the Smithsonian and the White House in Washington, DC and museums throughout the world. Her work may also be seen at roxanne-swentzell.com.
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Martha B. Romero Martha Romero is a member of the Pueblo of Nambe. Her Indian name is Kwahtenbay (Rainbow). She was influenced by her mother, Rose Alice Baca in her culture and artistic path. She has shown her work at SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market. In addition, she has displayed her work at the Annual Spring and Winter Faculty/Student Exhibitions at the Poeh Cultural Center and Museum Gallery.
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Clarence Cruz Images from The "Emergence", an MFA exhibit at the John Sommers Gallery, University of New Mexico features the pottery of Clarence Cruz, Tewa, from the Pueblo of San Juan/Ohkay Owingeh and a graduate of the University of New Mexico, with a BFA in Art Studio. His works consists of traditional pottery of San Juan and Micaceous pottery. Through his continued education he has had the honor to instruct graduate and undergraduate level pottery classes at the University of New Mexico from 1999 to present for the fall semesters.
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Michele Y. Tapia-Browning Michele Tapia-Browning of the Pueblo of Pojoaque and Santa Clara Pueblos is continually engaged in the process of creating beautiful and unique images reflective of her Tewa ancestors. Her two role models are her mother, Lu Ann Tafoya and her grandmother, Margaret Tafoya from Santa Clara Pueblo.
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