We have some exciting events/shows to be held at our wonderful shop during the 2015 Santa Fe Indian Market weekend:
Friday, August 21st from 3 to 5pm: Zuni Fetish carver, Kateri Quandelacy Sanchez
Saturday, August 22nd from 11 am to 1pm: Zuni Fetish carver, Claudia Peina
Saturday, August 22nd from 2 to 5pm: Zuni Fetish carver, Eddington Hannaweeke
Sunday, August 23rd from 11 am to 2 pm: Zuni Fetish carver, Hiram Peynetsa, Loren Tsalabutie, and Brion Hattie
We hope to see you all there!!!
Almost time for the 3rd Annual Zuni Mainstreet Festival in Zuni Pueblo. It will be on May 9, 2015 and is a street long community celebration. Go see the Pueblo and have the opportunity to see the exciting dance groups and meet the artists!
Pick up a copy of Natural History magazine, which features a fabulous piece by carver Esteban Najera. His work, as well as other Zuni Fetish carvers are featured in an article entitled, Art of the Zuni Fetish. This article is in the April 2015 issue.
Check out this Link! Keshi was nominated to USA Today's 10 Best list for the top 10 best places to shop in Santa Fe! To see the Keshi page as well as see all the other great stores that were also nominated, click on the link.
Run and grab your copies of the April 2014 issue of Santa Fe Monthly. It features a great article about Salvador Romero, a Cochiti carver, written by our very own Susan McDuffie!
Check out the March/April 2014 issue of Native Peoples Magazine. There is a great article about Keshi. It is entitled Keshi: The Zuni Connection; Small Santa Fe gallery features work of more than 500 Zuni carvers. The article was written by Russ Tall Chief.
Here is a great blog written by Maria Johnson, called Feed Your Fetish at Keshi-The Zuni Connection. which appeared in Santa Selection, an online travel guide featuring all the best of Santa Fe.
Here is the link: santafeselection.com/blog/2013/10/21/feed-your-fetish-at-keshi-the-zuni-connection
Above There Is The Mountain
And at its foot, the summer refuge---
sanctuary in town and yards under spreading
boughs of evergreens
Beneath the mountain’s wild, they find
their forage: shrubs, wild plants and the feast
of dropped fruit spread about the ground
Those with antlers come alone
Those without bring offspring---fawns
following last year’s babes nearly grown
Late summer afternoons, they descend
like evening shadows slipping down the slopes
and fanning out within the town
By night they feed; by moon they play
How swift they are, even the smallest ones
with stripes and spots
Under moonlight, they suckle then break
for cover---like wind itself---practicing escape
Neither are claws imaginary;
real and raw are the marks
which groove some yearlings’ flanks
Quiet coming, quieter still in going,
all gather again at first light, a full herd
of phantoms ready to depart
before the sun soars above the trees
At town’s edge, the solitary bucks
begin to bound---sharp hooves pounding
respect into pliant earth
Near forest, they pause, heads high,
nostrils flaring to test the morning breeze
Hidden high beneath the mountain’s brushy
crown: a flash of eye shine gold green,
the presence sensed but rarely seen
Zuni Pueblo in western New Mexico has been selected as the First Native American community to be part of the Main Street Program, which is run by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the New Mexico Economic Development Department.
We are proud to announce 2012-2013 Fellowship awards from the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian to following artists Keshi has been associated with:
Mallery Quetawki (Zuni), Painter -- The Easter Fellowship
Matthias Eustace-Hanelt (Cochiti/Zuni), Jeweler -- The Jacob D. Morgan Fellowship
Isaiah Calabaza (Santo Domingo), Jeweler -- The Wolfus Family Fellowship
The new "green" digital version of American Indian, the award-winning membership magazine of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian is now available for all to enjoy!
American Indian is the very first digital magazine offered by a Smithsonian museum. Read it online by visiting our 'links' category under 'American Indian Magazine', then click on "Current Issue'.
Keshi is now on Facebook!
Please visit us, as this should be a great way to keep up with Keshi in the future!
A gorgeous view of sacred Dowa Yalanne or Corn Mountain located in Zuni by carver Daryl Shack: