Eveli a Jeweler's Memoir

Eveli Sabatie

Eveli a Jeweler's Memoir, Books by Eveli Sabatie
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Eveli a Jeweler's Memoir
Eveli Sabatie
Paper with cloth binding
12" length X 9 1/2" width X 1 1/4" depth
Date of creation
Mint !
About The Eveli a Jeweler's Memoir

Fresh from the publisher, a hard-bound beautiful volume celephane wrapped featuring over 500 color photographs

"An intimate journey through the life, work and cultural influences of jewelry artist Eveli, who learned her craft from Native American artist Charles Loloma"

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About Eveli Sabatie
Many claim to have been influenced by Charles Loloma, the ground breaking Hopi jeweler, but Eveli Sabatie can count herself as one of a very small number who actually worked with the artist for many years, as an apprentice. As a result of her association with Loloma, her jewelry is illustrated on pages 187 - 196 of Marty Struever's hand-bound book to accompany an exhibition "Loloma Beauty is his Name" held at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian in Santa Fe in 2005. Originally from Morocco, Ms. Sabatie first studied jewelry making with Loloma as early as 1968. She continued working under his direction until 1972 when she moved to Santa Fe, where she fashioned jewelry, having had shows at galleries such as the Fenn Gallery there and the Hand and the Spirit Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona.






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