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One Bead at a Time: The Artistry of Orlando Dugi and Ken Williams
One Bead at a Time: The Artistry of Orlando Dugi and Ken Williams

One Bead at a Time: The Artistry of Orlando Dugi and Ken Williams

June 21 - December 17, 2014

One Bead at a Time featured the work of two contemporary Santa Fe artists, focusing on beadwork and fashion design. Orlando Dugi (Navajo) designs and makes hand-beaded eveningwear and accessories. He works by stitching one bead at a time, working with fine silks, leathers, feathers and metals. One of his gowns recently appeared in Vogue Italia. Ken Williams (Arapaho/ Seneca) blends his modern style of beadwork with his traditional upbringing. His primary focus is fancy bags- handbags, shoulder pouches, pipe bags and delicate pictorial purses. Williams recently won 2014 Best of Show at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market.

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