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Santa Fe festival will honor Navajo artist as ‘treasure’
Navajo artist Tony Abeyta, left, helps curator Tony Chavarria wrap up one of his charcoal drawings in his studio in Santa Fe. The 46-year-old painter and jewelry designer is being honored as a “living treasure” as part of this year’s Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival, which marks the start of Santa Fe’s summer art season. The festival will open today.
Tony Abeyta works on one of his paintings in his studio in Santa Fe. The 46-year-old painter and jewelry designer is being honored as a “living treasure” as part of this year’s Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival, which marks the start of Santa Fe’s summer art season. The festival will open today.
Navajo artist Tony Abeyta does more than just paint – this is some of his jewelery that will be on display at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe.
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Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival, Saturday and Sunday at the Santa Fe Convention Center, 201 W. Marcy St., Santa Fe.
Saturday tickets cost $10 to $20, Sunday is free. A benefit will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today at the Convention

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Navajo artist Tony Abeyta, left, helps curator Tony Chavarria wrap up one of his charcoal drawings in his studio in Santa Fe. The 46-year-old painter and jewelry designer is being honored as a “living treasure” as part of this year’s Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival, which marks the start of Santa Fe’s summer art season. The festival will open today.
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Tony Abeyta works on one of his paintings in his studio in Santa Fe. The 46-year-old painter and jewelry designer is being honored as a “living treasure” as part of this year’s Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival, which marks the start of Santa Fe’s summer art season. The festival will open today.
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Navajo artist Tony Abeyta does more than just paint – this is some of his jewelery that will be on display at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe.
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