Artist Spotlight: Alvin Yellowhorse
Alvin learned the silversmithing trade at an early age from his father, Frank Yellowhorse, and later mastered the techniques of cutting the small turquoise and other colorful stones into precise little pieces in which he assembles into intricate designs inspired by his ancestors.
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