Item Details

Beauty Speaks for Us

Mackay, Carol Ann; Lyon, Janis
Format
Book
Published
Phoenix, Arizona : Heard Museum, [2017]
Language
English
ISBN
9780934351928, 9780934351867, 0934351864, 0934351929
Related Resources
Heard Museum website (viewed February 10, 2017)
Contents
  • Foreword / David M. Roche, Director and CEO
  • Introduction / by Ann Marshall, Ph. D., Director, Curation and Research, Heard Museum
  • Jewelry
  • Essay / by guest curator Carol Ann Mackay
  • Textiles
  • Baskets
  • Carving
  • Beadwork & functional art
  • Essay / by guest curator Janis Lyon
  • Pottery
  • Sculpture & paintings.
  • Featured works of art that the name of the maker is identified: 5 Elements, plique-à-jour brooch and stand / Liz Wallace (Navajo/Washoe/Maidu)
  • Bracelet / Charles Loloma (Hopi)
  • Bear Looking Over the Universe, bracelet / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Two Parrots bracelet / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Bracelet / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Dragonfly bracelet / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Bracelet / Verma Nequatewa (Sonwai) (Hopi)
  • Katsina face bracelet / Verma Nequatewa (Sonwai) (Hopi)
  • Bracelet / Preston Monongye (Mission/Mexican)
  • Bracelet / Tony Abeyta (Navajo)
  • Free-form earrings / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Earrings / Charles Loloma (Hopi)
  • Earrings / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Ring / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Revolving ring / Benson Manygoats (Navajo)
  • Bear ring / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Ring / Charles Loloma (Hopi)
  • Ring / Edison Cummings (Navajo)
  • Ring / Veronica Poblano (Zuni Pueblo)
  • Pendant / Charles Loloma (Hopi)
  • Bear paw pendant / Jesse Monongye and Preston Monongye
  • Turquoise Elder pendant / Charles Loloma (Hopi)
  • Bolo tie / Victor Beck (Navajo)
  • Bolo tie / Helen Long (Navajo)
  • Bolo tie / Norbert Peshlakai (Navajo)
  • Bolo tie / Edison Cummings (Navajo)
  • Bolo tie / Verma Nequatewa (Hopi)
  • Bolo tie / Michael Kabotie (Hopi)
  • Necklace / Charles Loloma (Hopi)
  • Necklace with bear pendant / Jesse Monongye (Navajo)
  • Squash blossom necklace / Perry Shorty (Navajo)
  • Necklace / Joe B. Reano and Terry Reano (Kewa Pueblo (Santo Domingo))
  • Fetish necklace / Leekya
  • Route 66/Tourism belt / Yazzie Johnson (Navajo) and Gail Bird (Santo Domingo/Laguna Pueblo)
  • King Island dancer belt / Denise Wallace (Chugach Aleut) and Samuel Wallace (American)
  • Concha belt / Perry Shorty (Navajo)
  • Inlay concha belt / Angie Reano Owen, Dean Owen, Lorenzo Tortalita (Kewa Pueblo (Santo Domingo))
  • Teapot / Edison Cummings (Navajo)
  • The Cube / Norbert Peshlakai (Navajo)
  • Box / Edison Cummings (Navajo)
  • Box / Kenneth Begay (Navajo)
  • Box / J. Francisco (Navajo)
  • Box / John Bedonie (Navajo)
  • Box / Les Begay (Navajo)
  • Box / Tim Kee Whitman (Navajo)
  • Sa'lakwmana pictorial textile / Hopi Frank (Hopi resident of Moencopi Village)
  • Sandpainting textile / Hosteen Klah (Navajo)
  • Palette of Cochineal / D.Y. Begay (Navajo)
  • Two Grey Hills tapestry / Barbara Teller Ornelas (Navajo)
  • Spotted Corn/3 / Ramona Sakiestewa (Hopi)
  • Gambling tray / Sartonia Emeterio (Yokuts)
  • Basket / Tina Charlie (Mono Lake Paiute)
  • Basket / Carrie Bethel (Mono Lake Paiute)
  • Pictorial basket / Mary Dick Topino (Mrs. Britches) (Yokuts)
  • A Night on the Village / Lisa Telford (Haida)
  • Lattice cradle / attributed to Doyetone (Kiowa)
  • Postcard / Marcus Amerman (Choctaw)
  • Patriotic-themed purse / Victoria Adams (Southern Cheyenne) and Kenneth Williams, Jr. (Northern Arapaho/Seneca)
  • Little Whirlwinds / Victoria Adams (Southern Cheyenne) and Kenneth Williams, Jr. (Northern Arapaho/Seneca)
  • Her Own Horses / Victoria Adams (Southern Cheyenne) and Dyanni Hamilton-Youngbird (Navajo)
  • Hero Twins on Mountain Tops / Diego Romero (Cochiti Pueblo)
  • Jar / Arroh-ah-och (Laguna Pueblo)
  • Jar / Nampeyo (Tewa/Hopi)
  • Storage jar / Margaret Tafoya (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Jar / Sara Fina Tafoya (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Polychrome jar with Hopi Katsina / Maria and Julian Martinez (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Black-on-red jar / Maria and Julian Martinez (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Jar / Maria and Julian Martinez (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Black and sienna plate / Tony Da (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Jar / Maria Martinez and Popovi Da (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Jar / Maria Martinez and Tony Da (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Hohokam flute player plate / Tony Da (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Plate / Maria Martinez and Popovi Da (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Repoussé bear jar / Al Qöyawayma (Hopi)
  • Black and sienna bear sculpture / Tony Da (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Melon bowl / Nancy Youngblood (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Melon bowl with 32 ribs / Nancy Youngblood (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Jar / Dextra Quotskuyva Nampeyo (Hopi/Tewa)
  • Jar / Samuel Manymules (Navajo)
  • Tahu, Leader of the Blind Archers / Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti Pueblo)
  • Springtime's Eternal Question / Richard Zane Smith (Wyandot)
  • Gunmetal finish jars / Maria Martinez and Popovi Da (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
  • Navajo / Allan Houser (Chiricahua Apache)
  • Butterfly (Water Drinking) Dance / Fred Kabotie (Hopi)
  • Buffalo Dance / Charles Loloma (Hopi)
  • Emergence of the Clowns / Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Indian Dying in Nebraska / Fritz Scholder (Luiseño/German)
  • Sunset Cowboy / Fritz Scholder (Luiseño/German)
  • Prayers of a Harmonious Chorus / Helen Hardin/Tsa-sah-wee-eh/Little Standing Spruce (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • The White Painting / George Morrison (Ojibwa)
  • Small Catcher / T.C. Cannon (Caddo/Kiowa)
  • Those Close to the Heart of God / T.C. Cannon (Caddo/Kiowa)
  • Hopi with Manta / T.C. Cannon (Caddo/Kiowa)
  • Roughing It Up / Jerome Tiger (Muscogee Creek-Seminole)
  • Sleeping Warrior / Bob Haozous (Chiricahua Apache/Navajo)
  • Orchestrating a Blooming Desert / Steve Yazzie (Navajo)
  • Red Tail Hawk Kachina / Dan Namingha (Hopi/Tewa)
  • A Place Where We Emerge / Tony Abeyta (Navajo)
  • Bear fetishes / Leekya Deyuse (Zuni Pueblo)
  • Whale Rider totem pole / Jim Hart (Haida)
  • Passage to the Sea / Preston Singletary (Tlingit)
  • Transcendence / Tammy Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Red Totem / George Morrison (Ojibwa).
Description
204 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 32 cm
Notes
  • "Heard Museum, Marshall, Lyon, Mackay"--from book spine.
  • Published in conjunction with the exhibition "Beauty Speaks for Us" organized by and held at the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, February 10-April 2, 2017--title page verso.
  • Curator, Ann Marshall; guest curators, Carol Ann Mackay and Janis Lyon; photographer, Craig Smith.
Recording Info
"Beauty Speaks for Us" : February 10-April 2, 2017, The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, United States.
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