IACA Journal summer 2013 - page 3

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WELCOME
The diversity, beauty and evolution of American Indian Art never ceases to amaze. It is a world of
fine art that constantly changes and reaches into totally new realms while at the same time holding
IACA-EF Board of Directors
Pahponee, President
Kickapoo & Potawatomi
Elizabeth, CO
Cliff Fragua, Vice President
Jemez Pueblo
Jemez, NM
Dee Dowers, Secretary
Scottsdale, AZ
Pam Lujan-Hauer
Taos Pueblo
Albuquerque, NM
Michael McNair
Albuquerque, NM
Kathi Ouellet, Treasurer
River Trading Post
Scottsdale, AZ
Joseph Zeller
River Trading Post
East Dundee, IL
Ron Mitchell
Cherokee
Wagoner, OK
Tim Blueflint
Chippewa/Comanche
Boulder City, NV
IACA Board of Directors
Joseph Zeller, President
Retail Representative
River Trading Post
East Dundee, IL
Cliff Fragua, Vice President
Jemez Pueblo
Artist Representative
Jemez, NM
Pam Lujan-Hauer
Taos Peublo
Artist Representative
Albuquerque, NM
Ron Mitchell
Cherokee
At-Large Representative
Wagoner, OK
Michael McNair
Retail Representative
Albuquerque, NM
Kathi Ouellet, Treasurer
Retail Representative
River Trading Post
Scottsdale, AZ
Beth Hale, Secretary
Collector Representative
Albuquerque, NM
Pahponee
Kickapoo & Potawatomi
Artist Representative
Elizabeth, CO
Kent Morrow
Wholesale Representative
Shiprock Trading Post
Farmington, NM
onto the time honored traditions of the many American Indian cultures, which are as diverse as the art itself.
This issue of the IACA Journal will illustrate the amazing evolution of bead work, from the days of the Hudson Bay Trading Company,
to the use of beads in cutting edge fashion trends of today.
While traditional roots run deep, the artistic expression of those traditions have broken the barriers that may have been accepted in
earlier times.
As usual, a special thank you to the advertisers that help to make the IACA Journal possible. Enjoy.
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