IACA Journal, Spring 2014 - page 3

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WELCOME
IACA Board of Directors
Joe Zeller, President
Retail Representative
River Trading Post
East Dundee, Il.
Kent Morrow, Vice President
Wholesale Representative
Shiprock Trading Post
Farmington, NM
Dee Dowers, Secretary
Collector Representative
Scottsdale, AZ
Kathi Ouellet, Treasurer
Retail Representative
River Trading Post
Scottsdale, AZ
Beth Hale, Membership
Collector Representative
Albuquerque, NM
Dave Eversmann
Collector Representative
Albuquerque, NM
Georgia Fischel
Retail Representative
Dragonfly Jewelry
Warrenton, VA
Jacque Foutz
Wholesale Representative
Monsterslayer, Inc.
Kirtland, NM
Cliff Fragua
Artist Representative
Jemez Pueblo, NM
Barbara Gonzalez
Artist Representative
Santa Fe, NM
Pam Lujan-Hauer
Artist Representative
Albuquerque, NM
Earl Plummer
Artist Representative
Thoreau, NM
Martin Seidel
Wholesale Representative
Golden Fleece Trading Company
Albuquerque, NM
Welcome to the Spring 2014 issue of the
Journal
. In this issue we continue to explore the diversity of
American Indian Art throughout North America with a focus on the art and artists of the Southeast
Indian nations, including the Seminole, Natchez and Choctaw. We also take a moment to salute the
IACA Artist Members that took top honors at the 2014 Heard Museum Indian Market. Enjoy.
IACA-EF Board of Directors
Pam Lujan, President
Taos Pueblo
Albuquerque, NM
Cliff Fragua, Vice President
Jemez Pueblo
Jemez, NM
Dee Dowers, Secretary
Scottsdale, AZ
Kathi Ouellet, Treasurer
River Trading Post
Scottsdale, AZ
Beth Hale, Membership
Albuquerque, NM
Michael McNair
Albuquerque, NM
Joe Zeller
River Trading Post
East Dundee, IL
Dave Eversmann
Albuquerque, NM
2014 Artist of the Year
Shane Hendren, Diné
Renowned jeweler Shane
Hendren is the IACA 2014
Artist of the Year.
Shane is a Master Metal
Smith and Artist who has
spent his lifetime working
at his craft. For the past 20
years his principal focus has been on jewelry rooted in
his Navajo heritage, incorporating traditional iconogra-
phy and symbolism while employing advanced metals
techniques such as Mokume Gane, and Engraving.
Shane also took the Artist of the Year honors in 2007.
The Artist of the Year Program is sponsored by
Native
Peoples Magazine
and artists must be IACA Members to
be eligible for this prestigious award. Read more about
Shane – visit us online at:
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