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For up-to the minute updates on Ryans shows and work
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Pop Gallery Presents
Blazing Saddles
Indian Market 2008
8-23-08 to 8-31-08
133 West Water Street, Santa Fe NM, 505-820-0788

Artist Reception Saturday August 23rd 6-8PM
Artists: Ryan singer, Marie Sena, Chris Pappan, The Werewulf Micah, Rose B. Simpson, Yatika Fields, Cougar Vigil, John Joe, ambe Gun, Debra Yepa Pappan, Jolene Yazzie, Craig George, America Meredith, Cannupa Hanska Luper, Douglas Miles, Jake Fraqua

Silent Auction Benefits
BIENVENIDOS
Helping the hungry and homeless since 1989


Thursday August 16, 2007 (Opening Night)

Victoria Price Art and Design

Held at The Inn at Loretto, Acoma Room

211 Old Santa Fe Trail

5 PM - 7 PM

Opening the week of Santa Fe's Traditional Indian Market

for more info visit Ryan's MySpace page. www.myspace.com/ryansingercoffee


Navajo Festival

of Arts and Culture" @ the Museum of Northern Arizona

in Flagstaff, AZ. 3101 N. Fort Valley Road

Flagstaff, AZ. 86001 (info: 928-774-5213)

Aug. 4th and 5th

8am-5pm


49th Annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market
March 3rd & 4th, 2007
2301 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ

Please join us at this year's fair. We are located in: Area 5, Row: MM-18

For more information about the fair and the Heard. Heard Museum


 EXHIBITION - Heard Museum

Sole Stories: American Indian Footwear
From function to high fashion, shoes tell a lot about their wearers and their makers. On view through October 2007, “Sole Stories" features 70 pairs of shoes from traditional moccasins and mukluks to elaborately beaded platform shoes and cowboy boots.

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Other featured footwear includes:

· A painting by Navajo artist Ryan Singer, that uses the commercial brand, Nike, Inc., to talk about how myth and stories can be used to teach and inspire.


· Child’s moccasins worn by Randy’L Teton, Shoshone-Bannock/Cree, the model for the U.S. Sacagawea gold dollar coin minted in 2000.
· A pristine pair of white clinical shoes worn by Dr. George Bluespruce, Laguna/Ohkay-Owingeh, the first American Indian doctor of dentistry.
· NASA flight boots, worn by flight Commander John B. Herrington, Chickasaw. Herrington was a member of the sixteenth shuttle mission to visit the International Space Station in November 2002.
· Ice skates worn by Jordin Tootoo, the first Inuit player to be drafted into the NHL.
· Shoes worn by historical figures Sitting Bull, Hunkpapa Sioux, and Geronimo, Chiricahua Apache

· Deer hide and glass beads moccasins created by Dorothy Roasting Stick Clark, Chippewa/Cree, that were presented to President William J. Clinton on a visit to the Rocky Boy Reservation in Montana

Curated by Marcus Monenerkit.
On display through October 2007.

Heard Museum 2301 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, Arizona




 



 


 


"It's all propaganda..."

ASU Downtown Galleria
Oct 7 through Oct 31, 2005

502 E. Monroe ï 2nd Floor, Phoenix Arizona 85004

OPENING RECEPTION - OCT 7, 6-8 PM
 


T W O - M A N   A R T   S H O W

Ryan H. Singer & Brandon Williams present

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 319 So. San Francisco St.
Flagstaff, Az.
 

Nov. 4, Friday

opening reception 5-9pm
  


 



The 47th Annual 
Heard Museum Guild
Indian Fair and Market
March 5 and 6, 2005
2301 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ
 


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  PERSISTENCE OF PARADOX
The contemporary images and ideas depicted originate from a deep subconscious to create real and surreal Native American imagery. Some of the concepts convey hidden truths which at first glance seem to lack common sense, hence a "paradox". A juxtapose of comic-book stylized pen & ink drawings, oil, and acrylic paintings lead the viewer to question one's unique views. 


 

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