Native American artists redo hotel

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Native American artists redo hotel

Albuquerque hotel lets painters loose
Kalene Thompson, left, views an installation art piece by contemporary Native American artist Ishkoten Dougi through 3-D glasses at the Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque. Nativo Lodge has transform 12 guest rooms in recent years into spaces that owners say can be considered art pieces unto themselves.
This May 5, 2016 photo Visitors at Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque, N.M. Designed by Native American sculptor and painter Estella Loretto. The boutique hotel has transformed 12 guest rooms in recent years into spaces that owners say can be considered art pieces unto themselves. (AP Photo/Mary Hudetz)

Native American artists redo hotel

Kalene Thompson, left, views an installation art piece by contemporary Native American artist Ishkoten Dougi through 3-D glasses at the Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque. Nativo Lodge has transform 12 guest rooms in recent years into spaces that owners say can be considered art pieces unto themselves.
This May 5, 2016 photo Visitors at Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque, N.M. Designed by Native American sculptor and painter Estella Loretto. The boutique hotel has transformed 12 guest rooms in recent years into spaces that owners say can be considered art pieces unto themselves. (AP Photo/Mary Hudetz)
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