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In what has become one of

Scottsdale’s top events, River

Trading Post is set for its 7th

annual Arts of Native America

Show and Sale on Thursday,

March 4, in conjunction with

the Heard Museum Indian

Market. (March 7 and 8.)

Our event will feature an eve-

ning of great food, live enter-

tainment and plenty of conver-

sation with the very top Heard

Market artists.

Cliff Fragua, Caroline Carpio,

Amelia Joe-Chandler, Mark

Fischer, Raynard Lalo and

many other favorite artists will

give you previews of the work

to be shown at the Heard Mar-

ket.

The show will continue through

from 6pm Thursday, March 4

through Sunday, March 7.

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Every time an artist walks into

our shop, or we walk into his

studio or home, we are re-

minded why we do what we do.

Our love for Native art and the

artists that create it, bring

beauty and joy into our lives

and the lives of the people who

visit our shops. It is important

to us that this art will continue

for generations to come.

For the second year, River

Trading Post in Scottsdale will

host a series of guest artists –

both established and up-and-

coming – who will spend a few

days to a week at the gallery

with us. During their time with

us, visitors to our Scottsdale

gallery will be able to meet our

artist friends and see them at

work.

Visitors will have the opportu-

nity to see carvers, weavers,

silversmiths, potters, and bead-

ers at work, creating their fabu-

lous art.

Perhaps the most unique thing

about the

River Trading Post

Artist Showcase

, is that it gives

each artist an opportunity to

sell their work, directly to our

visitors, with

100% of

each sale

going directly to the artist!

Our

way of saying “thank you” to

all of the artists and visitors

who make what we do possible.

If your winter plans include a

visit to Scottsdale, be sure to

stop by River Trading Post to

enjoy our Artist Showcase.

Volume 7, Issue 1

January:March 2010

SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST:

Edible Art Tour—River Trading Post, Santa

Fe. February 26—28.

River Trading Post Scottsdale 7th Arts of

Native America Show and Sale—March 4

Heard Museum Guild Indian Market.

March 6 & 7. Phoenix.

St. Joseph’s Feast Day. March 19, La-

guna Pueblo

Traditional Pueblo Arts—Ongoing at River

Trading Post, Scottsdale

www.puebloarts.com

Toadlena Trading Post Weaving Collec-

tion. Ongoing. River Trading Post, Scotts-

dale

R i v e r T r a d i n g P o s t

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

River Trading Post

Teams With Toadlena

2

Edible Art Tour in Santa

Fe

2

Favorite Places: Salinas

Pueblo Missions

3

Remembering Julie

3

Raynard Lalo, Collector’s

Choice

4

Renowned Navajo Jeweler, Shane Hendren

and Hopi carver, Augustine Mowa are just

two of the artists that will be featured in

our 2010 Artist Showcase