Santa Fe Indian Market: Success!


That’s how I feel currently about my experience at this years Santa Fe Indian Market 2019! I loved my booth spot this year, and it was way better than where I was located last year. Also loved the foot traffic, it was just right so I could get a chance to greet most of the people that entered my booth. The weather was beautiful as well, a little windy in the afternoon but no rain, except the days before the market.

Of course, with it being an art market I’m happy that I made sales! I sold quite a few small pieces, and plenty of watercolor/mixed media hand-drawn watercolor cards, and my new addition of hand-made artist trading cards! These ones are only available to purchase in person since I have so many. If you want your own greeting card or artist trading cards you would have to come visit me at one of my various shows.

I also made it into an article in the Santa Fe Indian Market Guide 2019 Santa Fe Indian Market Being Seen, Native Women and Santa Fe Indian Market by First American Art Magazine writer America Meredith. Meredith gave me an opportunity to give my views on Native women in the art market, as a newer addition to the SWAIA market as an artist, and comments on the murdered and missing indigenous women. I am also pictured with other various Native women artist from this year’s market.