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Native American Artist: Charles Loloma, Hopi Jeweler (Film)

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Add to Calendar 14-11-2012 14-11-2012 15 Native American Artist: Charles Loloma, Hopi Jeweler (Film) Charles Loloma was one of the first Native American jewelers to use gold instead of silver and diamonds and other precious stones in addition to turquoise, coral, and shell. His innovative designs, so sculptural in quality, were internationally acclaimed. And his clients included celebrities, monarchs, and presidents. This film examines the work of Charles Loloma - and how the visionary behind the enchanting jewelry managed to break the barriers that separated Indian traditionalism and mainstream modern art. For him, the art world and the Hopi world were one. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=120778 Garvies Point Museum and Preserve true DD/MM/YYYY
November 14, 2012
2pm
Garvies Point Museum and Preserve
Glen Cove
All Ages
$3; $2 children 5-12

Description: Charles Loloma was one of the first Native American jewelers to use gold instead of silver and diamonds and other precious stones in addition to turquoise, coral, and shell. His innovative designs, so sculptural in quality, were internationally acclaimed. And his clients included celebrities, monarchs, and presidents. This film examines the work of Charles Loloma - and how the visionary behind the enchanting jewelry managed to break the barriers that separated Indian traditionalism and mainstream modern art. For him, the art world and the Hopi world were one.

Address: 50 Barry Drive
Glen Cove, NY 11542
Phone: 516-571-8010
Website: garviespointmuseum.com

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