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The sun is shining and the flow-

ers are in bloom as River Trad-

ing Post, Santa Fe prepares for

our 5th annual “Arts of Native

America” show and sale.

Things kick off at 6pm on

Thursday, August 20.

This year’s traditional event

will be the best ever, featuring

the music of Ed Kabotie and

awesome food from Santa Fe’s

Josh’s BBQ.

Visit with a lineup of top artists,

including Cliff Fragua, Caroline

Carpio, Mark Fischer, Amelia

Joe-Chandler, Mark Stevens,

Lisa Chavez-Thomas, Glen-

dora Fragua, Ramson Lomate-

wama and a host of other very

top Native American artists.

If you’re planning to visit Santa

Fe for the 2009 SWAIA Indian

Market be sure to stop by and

enjoy the hottest ticket in town.

For information, call us at 505-

982-2805, or toll-free at 866-

426-6901.

Come, spend the evening with

us.

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Volume 6, Issue 3

July:September 2009

SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST:

River Trading Post Santa Fe

Fifth Annual Arts of Native America

Show and Sale—August 20—23

SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market

August 22 & 23

Traditional Pueblo Arts

Ongoing, River Trading Post, Scotts-

dale.

www.puebloarts.com

Indian Summer Festival, Milwau-

kee, WI. September 11 through

September 13

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

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Legend Of The Whirling

Log

2

A Cross Cultural Dance

Shirt

2

Favorite Places: Cliff

Palace

3

Menominee Artist

Wendy Boivin

3

Kachinas: Spiritual

Forms In Creation

4

Wild horses roam free over their range, the stallion, his mares and colts. In the summer, the mustangs are

drawn to the grass of the high peaks, and when winter snows hit, bands of wild horses will group in the

foothills and lowlands.

Mares typically drop their foals during springtime, and soon the stallions challenge each other, amid thunder

and dust, as they gather mares for their Thunder Horse bands.

Renowned Jemez Pueblo sculptor, Cliff Fragua, expresses the freedom of one of our most precious

National Heritages, the wild horse, in this wonderfully detailed series, entitled

Thunder Horse

. It is

especially cast to be displayed as a wall series...the first by Cliff Fragua.

The series is limited to an edition of 20, and each casting is signed and numbered by the artist.

You can read more about

Thunder Horse

on our website. To reserve your series, or a single

Thunder Horse

, just call River Trading Post toll-free 866-426-6901, or visit one of our galleries.