Artists

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PCco

Pat Charley is a designer who came to the handbag business after a full career in production ceramics and teaching. She earned a B.A. Degree in Sculpture from the University of Kentucky and a Master of Arts in Textile Design from …

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Matt Hackett

After a rough start in life Matt Hackett became a self-taught silversmith in the 1980’s. His first belt buckle was made for a Texas Ranger and bore the legendary Texas star. Hand fabricated in sterling silver and 14k gold, Matt’s …

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Sunset Trails

Sunset Trails started out as a family company in the 1920’s. They became known for their exemplary silverwork when it graced the wardrobes of stars like James Dean and Will Rogers. The newest generation of Sunset Trails silversmiths are committed …

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Jean Taylor

Tom Taylor opened its doors in October of 1985 in the historic La Fonda Hotel, just off the Santa Fe square. Founders Tom and Jean Taylor quickly became known for their beautiful silverwork and leather expertise, as well as their …

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Eternal Perspectives

Lynn and Billy Gerber, co-founders and owners of Eternal Perspectives handbags started their business with a simple mission; to honor God and love people. The company they created has a purpose beyond profit, and it is the mission of Lynn …

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Ifania

Stephanie Ifania Landry, who designs under the name Ifania, is a self-taught leather and fused-glass artist who lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Taught early to sew by her mother, Ifania began designing and sewing her own clothing a …

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Pat Pruitt

Well-known artist Pat Pruitt has distinguished himself among New Mexico’s local artists by giving traditional native themes a contemporary cutting edge. A self-described half-breed native from Laguna Pueblo, Pat began making jewelry at an early age, studying under local silversmith, …

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Chacon

Designed by Bruce Erickson, Chacon Buckles offer high quality pieces for the consumer who relishes old world American sterling silver work. Taking their inspiration from the traditions of Western, Spanish, Mexican and Native American art that graces New Mexico, Chacon …

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Richard Stump

Though Richard Stump’s work attracts collectors from all over the world, his inspiration comes from direct contact with the Southwestern wilderness. A native of Santa Fe, Richard spent many years guiding hunts and white water rafting trips in Colorado and …

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Walt Doran

A Santa Fe native, Walt Doran grew up admiring the legendary Indian traders that were among his family friends. He spent hours in their galleries– studying the painstaking workmanship that went into the old pawn jewelry. Curious about these pieces, …

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George Jackson

George Jackson has been a leather craftsman for over 40 years. In 1969, he opened one of Tucson’s first leather shops, called Harbinger. Many years have passed, but George still has a clientele formed in those early days.

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B G Mudd

B G Mudd takes its name from designer Gary Gordon, his Wife Barbara, and their beloved dog, Mudd.  A leader in inlay buckle and jewelry designs, this artistic trio has behind them 3 generations of Navajo stoneworkers, none of whom …

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Wendy Capek

Wendy Capek, the artist behind the beaded art featured at Tom Taylor, has always had a spirit that leaned toward art and nature. Growing up, her family regularly ventured and fished the outback of the Great Lakes region of the …

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Chris Pruitt

Chris has quickly become a multiple award winner in the sphere of contemporary Native American jewelry.  The youngest of four children born to Daniel Pruitt and Geraldine Yahnozha, Chris was raised in Laguna Pueblo, New Mexico, and continues to live …

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Randall Moore

A New Mexico silversmith for over 35 years, Randall Moore is known for his superior design work, fierce perfectionism, and ability to craft pieces that are clean and timeless. Drawing upon southwestern and contemporary influences and utilizing traditional tools and …

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Philip Taccetta

Taccetta buckles are handcrafted sustainably using natural daylight. Each piece is cut to exact length, stamped, shaped, fit together, soldered and then put through six sanding steps: pre – polish, wash and oxidize, second polish, second wash and final polish.

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Abbie Caplin

Abbie was born and raised in Corrales, New Mexico when it was still a small, sleepy farming community. She has always been an entrepreneur, a visionary and a traveler. Realizing at any early age, that “Pretending to be a Normal …

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James Harris

James Harris is well-admired among his fellow silver artists for his exceptional talent and perfectionism. Including both welding and sculpting techniques in his repertoire, James creates pieces that embody a clean elegance and architectural grace. Each piece that James creates …

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Jesse Monongya

Jesse Monongya is a Navajo/Hopi Indian jeweler whose name means green lizard. His exquisite pieces are highly regarded as the finest inlay work accomplished today. Raised in New Mexico in the famous Navajo rug center of Two Gray Hills, Jesse …

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Billy Sunday

From an early age Gary, founder of Billy Sunday Custom Leather, was an avid horseman. It only stood to reason that his attention would soon be drawn to equine equipment and the techniques used to produce fine quality products. Gary …

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