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Teri Greeves

Teri Greeves

Eric and Barbara Dobkin Fellowship

An outstanding bead worker, Teri Greeves has won awards for her beading every year since 1997 at the Heard Museum Fair and Market in Phoenix, the Southwestern Association of Indian Arts Market in Santa Fe, and the Eight Northern Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show held yearly in northern New Mexico.

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Elijah Naranjo Smith

Elijah Naranjo Smith

Ronald and Susan Dubin Fellowship

We are pleased to welcome Elijah Naranjo Smith, the 2003 Ron & Susan Dubin Native American Artist Fellow. Elijah is from Santa Clara Pueblo and comes from a long line of Santa Clara potters. He works with traditional clays and firing methods to produce black, brown, and red combination pots with sgrafitto designs.

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Armand Fritz

Armand Fritz

Rollin and Mary Ella King Fellowship

Armand Fritz is a Hopi katsina carver from Keams Canyon, Arizona. Armand learned to carve from his father, Alfred Fritz, and his mother, Marcia Fritz Toonewah, at an early age.

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