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Phone: 866-426-6901

www.rivertradingpost.com

314 N. River Street

East Dundee, IL 60118

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Indian fruit pies are just as tasty

as her famed sculpture and

pottery.

Artists making Thursday eve-

ning an event before

the

event

included

Sandra Victorino

, and

Dorothy Torivio

from Acoma;

Manuel Chavarria

,

Nona

Naha

and

Rainy Naha

from

Hopi, famed sculptor

Cliff Fra-

gua

from Jemez and Navajo

jeweler

Edison Cummings

.

Dorothy Torivio

capped off the

Heard show, and the weekend,

by winning Best of Division for

the exceptional piece shown at

the left. It is available exclu-

sively from River Trading Post

and Traditional Pueblo Arts.

The Heard Museum Indian

Show and Market is always

very special as it attracts the

very best Indian artists, and a

huge crowd each year.

River Trading Post also has

become very special to many

artists that make our place

“home” during the market.

Here they had a place to meet

other famed artists on a per-

sonal basis, relax before and

following the busy market,

meet River Trading Post collec-

tors, and even sell their wonder-

ful art.

Friends visiting with us on the

eve before the show discovered

that Caroline Carpio’s delicious

Arts of Native America

Dorothy Torivio with Best of

Divison piece from 2004 Heard

Museum Show. Top view below.

Sandra Victroino,

Acoma

Nona Naha,

Hopi

Caroline Carpio, Isleta

Manuel Chavarria,

Hopi