Chinese Children's Hats
Baby Carriers and Blankets
One of my favorites from which I have learned so much about tribal textiles in general and Miao textiles in particular.
Unicef Store, Tucson, Az
In April 2008 I held a trunk show at the Unicef Shop in Tucson, Arizona, including a Powerpoint Presentation on Travels in Southwest China: Minority People and their Costumes.
Travelers Market, Santa Fe, NM
If you are in Santa Fe, please come by the Traveler's Market at DeVargas Center to visit my gallery space at this unique collection of tribal and folk art, jewelry, antiques and books massed by 20 plus travelers/dealers.
Folk Art Market, Santa Fe, NM
Be sure to view the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market website. The 8th annual market will be held July 8, 9, 10, 2011 on Museum Hill in Santa Fe, New Mexico. " In three years, the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market has become the largest international folk art market in the country — and one of the signature events in Santa Fe, designated one of UNESCO's Creative Cities in 2005."
Tony Chen, Guizhou Guide
Tony Chen of Guizhou China Youth Travel Service in Guiyang has guided me on several of my trips to hard to reach villages of Guizhou. I initially located him through his writing about a special festival in his home village of Upper Langde, Guizhou, where his father had been the headman for 30 years.
Rebecca Najdowski, photographer
Okay, yes this is my daughter's website of her photography.
Presentation given at Intl Folk Art Museum, Santa Fe, NM
I gave a talk and slide presentation of Chinese Minority Textiles and Silver at the International Folk Art Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on August 2nd, 2009. The talk was in conjunction with the University of Hawaii Art Gallery's exhibit Writing with Thread: Traditional Textiles of Southwest Chinese Minorities. I can make available a PowerPoint presentation of my talk ; inquire at
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