105 THE SOUTHWEST: SCENES Southwest Reflections: Grand Can- yon & the Four Corners. Steve Larese. Explore America’s Four Corners region, the only place in the nation where four statesmeet.Thisbookpresentsover230 color photos fromNewMexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 236 color photos • 144 pp.ISBN: 978- 0-7643-4093-2 • hard cover • $29.99 THE SOUTHWEST: ARTS & CRAFTS 100 Artists of the Southwest. Douglas Bullis. Theworkof100 importantpainters,sculptors,pho- tographers, potters, weavers, and jewelers living and working in New Mexico and Arizona today. Their stories and works of art will amaze as well as illuminate.Thisbookprovidesthemostvibrantpicture ofcontemporarySouthwesternart. Size:81/2"x11"•500+photos•224pp. ISBN:0-7643-2414-4•hardcover•$39.95 ContemporaryArtoftheSouthwest. E.Ashley Rooney with Julie Sasse. This book surveys, in text andover600photos,thecontemporaryartworkfrom Arizona, NewMexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. The book’s intent is to take a fresh look at the magical and insightfulways inwhichthearea’sartistshave interpreted life inthisregion. Includedarepaintings, sculpture,ceramicart,prints,collage,jewelry,photog- raphy,andkineticpercussionelectronicassemblages. Size:81/2"x11"•624colorphotos•224pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-4543-2•hardcover•$45.00 Tattoo Road Trip: Best of the South- west: Arizona & New Mexico. Bob Baxter and Mary Gardner. Showcasing tattoo shops featuring the blossoming body art communities in New Mexico and Arizona, this book features over 600 color photos of tattoo artistry. Thirty hand-picked tattoo shops and the work of over one hundred artists are included. Size: 12" x 12" • 612 photos • 304 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-4667-5 • hard cover • $80.00 Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist. Charnell Havens & Vera Marie Badertscher. Over 260 color photos and oral histories from more than 50 people were used to create the first complete biography of the important Navajo painter, Quincy Tahoma (1917-1956). The paintings portrayed display the range of the artist’s talents. Many of the works illustrated have not been seen in public before. Size: 9" x 12" • 269 color photos • 256 pp. ISBN:978-0-7643-3708-6•hardcover•$50.00 Neil David’s Hopi World. Ron Pecina & Bob Pecina, with art by Neil David, Sr. A series of pen and ink drawings present a history of Hopi Indian life from the Pueblo Rebellion to the challenges of coping with modern societal changes. Artist Neil David, Sr., interprets these important events and milestones in an imaginative, often witty way. Size: 11 3/4" x 9" • 50+ images 128 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-3808-3 • hard cover • $29.99 THE SOUTHWEST TEXAS • OKLAHOMA • NEW MEXICO • ARIZONA Pueblo Dancing. Nancy Hunter Warren & Jill Drayson Sweet. This book explores Pueblo dancing, illustrated with photographs of danc- ers in traditional costumes from Pueblos San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, San Juan, Jemez, Taos, Pecos, Acoma, and Tesuque. Nancy Hunter Warren took these sensitive images before the Pueblos created a ban on taking photographs of their ceremonies. Size: 9" x 12" • 99 b/w photos • Index of dances • 176 pp. • ISBN: 978-0-7643-3860-1 • hard cover • $39.99 Contemporary Hopi Kachina Dolls. Nancy Schiffer. The identities of 250+ kachina dolls made by contemporary Hopi artists and on the market today. They represent spirits and dancers in ceremonies for rain, fertile crops, and thegoodnessof life.Thedescriptive text andover500colorphotographspresent Hopi and English names, artist identity, and current market value ranges. Size:11"x81/2"•519colorphotos •208pp. ISBN: 0-7643-1848-9 • hard cover • $39.95 Hopi Kachina Dolls and Their Carvers. Theda Bassman. Contemporary Kachina dolls are beautifully illustrated with over 150 color photos. The lives of the carvers who make them are explored in depth. Twenty-five of today’s most important Kachina carvers have been interviewed for a first-hand glimpse at their work. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • over 150 color photos Index • 192 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-373-5 • hard cover • $59.95 The Hopi Approach to the Art of Kachina Doll Carving. Erik Bromberg. The beautiful di- versityofHopiKachinadolls ispictoriallypresented to show past, present, and evolving styles. These carvedrepresentationsofceremonialfigurestaking part in celebrations of the Kachina religion are popularcollectibles.Thisbookexplains,compares, and presents the variety of dolls through color pictures, line drawings, and text. Size: 8 1/2’’ x 11’’ • 164 photos & drawings Index • 94 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-062-0 • soft cover • $9.95 Native American Fetishes. Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition. Kay Whittle. When is a fetish not a fetish? Find out in this celebration of the most misunderstood genre of Southwestern Indian carvings FromBeast Gods to Directional Guardian Spirits, this book explores the magic and mystery behind the charismatic, mostly stone, animal figures or fetishes skillfully carved by artists from the Southwestern Pueblos.A price guide is included. Size: 6 1/2" x 9" • 313 photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2516-7 • soft cover • $14.95 The Navajo Art of Sandpainting. Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition. Douglas Cong- don-Martin. Sandpainting has its origin in the religious tradition and practice of the Navajo people. Over 400 sandpaintings, from the most traditional to the newest forms, are illustrated here in fullcolor.Thesandpaintingsareorganized by artist, making this an important reference for collectors. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 346 color photos • 64 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-0810-6 • soft cover • $9.95 Navajo Arts and Crafts. Nancy N. Schiffer. This book investigates the diverse and lively crafts of today’s Navajo people. This celebration of Navajo art has over 250 color photos and explanations of the crafts, including weaving, pottery, basketry, jewelry, dolls, sandpainting, wood carving, stone sculpture, and fetishes. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 256 color photos • 64 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-320-4 • soft cover • $12.95 Miniature Arts of the Southwest. Nancy N. Schiffer. The delightful arts of American Indian tribes in the Southwest are occasionally made in miniature by especially talented artists. This book presents a wide array of these miniatures of all the major craft styles of the region, with hundreds of color photographs. Arranged in sections devoted to beadwork, rattles, sandpaint- ings, weavings, basketry, Kachinas, paintings, and pottery. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 248 color photos • 64 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-317-4 • soft cover • $12.95 Pueblo Pottery Families. Revised & Expanded 3rd Edition. Lillian Peaster, & Guy Berger. More than 554 modern Southwest Pueblo potters are introduced from 102 families with 160 color photo- graphs of them and their meticulous work. Traditional and new forms are displayed to demonstrate the evolving nature of their work. A new value reference reflects the present pottery market. Size: 9" x 6" • 160 color photos • 160 pp. ISBN: 978-0-7643-2880-0 • soft cover • $19.95 Pueblo and Navajo Contemporary Pottery and Directory of Artists. 2nd Edition, Revised and Expanded. Guy Berger & Nancy Schiffer. The traditions of Pueblo and Navajo artists from Arizona and New Mexico with new interpretations by the modern generation. Pottery from Acoma, Hopi, Jemez, Navajo, San Felipe, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Santa Ana, Zia, and Zuni families. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 100s of color photos Price Guide/Index • 168 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-1896-9 • soft cover • $29.95 Storytellers and Other Figurative Pottery. Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition. Douglas Congdon-Martin. In 1964, Helen Cordero of Cochiti pueblo created the first storyteller, a clay image of her grandfather with five children clinging to him. Here the reader will find the most extensive collection of storytellers ever gathered in print. Over 400 pieces by nearly 150 artists are shown in full color, and organized by pueblo. Size: 8 1/2’’ x 11’’ • 501 color photos Index • 144 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-0805-X • soft cover • $19.95 Historic Pottery of the Pueblo Indians: 1600-1880. Larry Frank & Francis H. Harlow. Workingwithoutapotter’swheel,Pueblo Indians in the American Southwest create beautiful ceramic ware for both utilitarian and ceremonial use. This is the first comprehensive account of historic Pueblo pottery, and results from years of study. The authors appraise the aesthetic value of Pueblo pottery as rivaling that of any ware made by Neolithic societies. Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 231 photos • 176 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-227-5 • hard cover • $35.00 Zuni Pottery. Marian E. Rodee & James Ostler. The beauty of traditional Zuni pottery has intrigued native as well as non-native people for generations. The Zuni Pueblo,150 miles west of the Rio Grande Valley on the Arizona border in NewMexico, is the source of beautiful traditional Zuni pottery. With many photographs, this work presents some of the finest current pots and the talented young potters whose heritage has lead them to this exciting art form. Size: 6’’ x 9’’ • 66 photos • 92 pp. ISBN: 0-88740-100-7 • soft cover • $9.99 Rugs and Posts: The Story of NavajoWeav- ing and the Role of the Indian Trader. Re- vised &Updated 3rd Edition. H.L.James.The classic study of the Navajo rug and the trading posts associated with each unique style. New information helps explain and display the beauty and craft of the Navajo Indians. Illustrated with 49 new color plates and many black-and-white photographs and drawings. Size: 9" x 12’’ • 100+ photos & maps • 120 pp. ISBN: 0-7643-2208-7 • soft cover • $24.99 THE SOUTHWEST