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When artistic Renaissance man Nolan Karras James tells a story, his animated demeanor and words paint a picture.

Fashion show launches a company that’s all about support

After the closure of the old Navajo mill in the early 1990s, the fate of log saw blades were doomed as they went into the trash.

Nolan Karras James was at the Page Public Library over the weekend to sign copies of the book he illustrated. He also played music from his band’s new album.

Quick: Which is the more fashion-forward town, New York or Tuba City?

The Tónaneesdizí Local Government announced last week the winner of the Western Navajo Fair logo contest, in which the winner, a young graphic artist from Bird Springs, Ariz., had no problem impressing the judges.

The first piece of art Juniper Anderson sold at the Santa Fe Indian Market was a page from a coloring book.

NMAI highlights ancient Andean road exhibit

Santa Fe Indian Market is full of Native artists who’ve been perfecting their crafts for years, but there are also those young up-and-coming artists excited to be noticed.

At hotels, we are often greeted by the same boring artwork, but Navajo artist Randy L. Barton got to change that for two hotels in New Mexico.