On this Blog Page, I will post current and relevant information, contacts, and posts about writings, art, publications, projects, exhibits, markets, etc. Below is the Bio and link at the end of every article, post, or page, and where they are all compiled.
Please see my PRINTS Page to see what’s available. I can also send photo attachments of other images that I can create Prints from. I can ship from Hogansburg/Akwesasne, NY and St. Regis/Akwesasne Quebec, or I can also deliver purchases of art prints & originals. Below is a link to my Facebook Art Album that has more images.
At this point the only page to leave COMMENTS is on X Country Over Old Trade Routes. Please bear with me as I re-figure this site out. I hope to have Comment Sections in more areas. Thanks.
Published by Dr. Mohawk
Native American (Mohawk) artist and writer, freelancer, spoken word performance poet. Researcher, historian, teacher, raconteur, bon vivant by chance, activist by necessity. My son DJ Duran Flint produces our poetry and music tracks. Santa Fe NM to Mohawk Nation NY-Que-Ont. View all posts by doctormohawk
Fabric collage w acrylic on 16x20x1 birch board veneer cradle. At least 20 different fabrics, many related directly to my family, father, mother, my children. The image tells a story of my family and community history. Original artwork is available. NY State Museum at Albany declined to purchase for it’s annual purchases for Native Art Collections. Their loss, your gain. Available here in Akwesasne, St. Regis Que, Hogansburg NY and the Mohawk Nation in upstate NY. Can ship anywhere.
Santa Fe: I am not in Santa Fe at present but our regular Sunday (& Wednesday) Market, which is the Railyard Artisan’s Market at the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market Pavilion, has now been re-opened as of the Labor Day weekend and adheres to the NM State Covid restrictions. The SF Farmers Market is at 1607 Paseo de Peralta, (505) 983-4098 office, they still hold regular Farmers Markets on Saturdays & Tuesdays.
The Annual Santa Fe Indian Market always held the 3rd week of August is going virtual this year. 435 Native Artists are participating in a virtual on-line Market. You can go to the SWAIA.org website for info, as the whole month of August will be covered and every week will be featured with fashions, films, performances, and virtual booth hopping from the usual Market Artists.