Dee Setalla Scalloped Polychrome Bowl$1,800 Add to cart
Joe Cajero Jr. Pueblo Corn Dancer Bronze$4,800 Add to cart
Lupe Lovato Natural Blue Kingman Turquoise Earrings$140 Add to cart
Lupe Lovato Triple Strand Heishi Necklace$990 Add to cart
Lupe Lovato Natural Green Kingman Turquoise Earrings$120 Add to cart
Jolene Bird is an accomplished artist who learned her craft from her grandfather. She specializes creating inlaid mosaic works of art. After studying at the prestigious Poeh Institute in Santa Fe, Jolene continues to refine her craft by selecting only the finest raw materials and then cutting, carving and shaping each separate element to create her highly refined jewelry and Aspen bowls. Working with natural materials, Jolene makes her own beads from stone and shells, sizing each piece as she makes her jewelry. Jolene cuts every bead—each a different size and dimension—while at the same time relating to the adjacent beads. This careful detailed application results in some of the finest traditionally designed necklaces and bracelets found in contemporary Native American jewelry.
In addition to creating masterful inlaid items, Jolene is also Director of External Affairs of the Santo Domingo Pueblo and instrumental in setting up the Children of the Pueblo, a non-profit organization created with a mission to positively improve the lives of children and their families.
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