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Ref., American Indian Jewelry III: M-Z 2,100 Artist Biographies
BY GREGORY SCHAFF ASSISTED BY ANGIE YAN SCHAAF
Raymond Sequaptewa, Sr. (RS, early work; hallmark - ear of corn; Sequaptewa in
script) (Hopi, Corn Clan, active ca. 1970-present: tufacast, mosaic, contemporary jewelry)
RESIDENCE: Hotevilla, Third Mesa, AZ
FAMILY: father of Raymond Sequaptewa, Jr.; related to Sidney Sequaptewa
TEACHERS: Hopi Silvercraft Cooperative Guild, Second Mesa, AZ
AWARDS: 2000, 2nd, necklaces, Indian Market, Santa Fe
EXHIBITIONS: 1966, Hopi Show, Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff; 1993-2006, Indian Market, Santa Fe; 2002, “Jewels of the Southwest,” Museum of Indian Arts & Cultures, Santa Fe
GALLERIES: Wright’s Indian Art, Albuquerque, NM; Martha Streuver, Santa Fe; Hopi Two, Tokyo, Japan; Case Trading Post, Wheelwright Museum, Santa Fe
PUBLICATIONS: Wright 1998:85; 2000:153; 2003; McGough 2002; Bassman 2003; Schaaf 2003:286; 2008:282; Cirillo 2008.
“Raymond Sequaptewa, whom I’ve known and represented for fifteen years, is a most unusual American Indian artist. A Hopi from Third Mesa, Raymond Sequaptewa is not only a jeweler but also a healer who treats people beset with malaise of various kinds. He is more steeped in traditional Hopi beliefs and mythology than any other artist I know, and this certainly comes through in his work. His jewelry is dramatically one-of-a-kind, totally original in character and can never be confused with anyone else’s work.”
(Martha Hopkins Streuver)
Inventory #: 80KJE-27
Size: L. 1 3/4" x W. 5/8"
Artist/Hallmark: Raymond Sequaptewa/ Ear of Corn & Hopi Guild Mark
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition
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