Annetta Koruh

Annetta Koruh is a Hopi basket weaver from the village of Bacavi on the Third Mesa. She represents the fourth generation of basket weavers in her family. From her mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, Annetta learned to harvest and process plants used in the practice, and to design baskets in ways that reveal aspects of … Read more

Gerald Lomaventema

Gerald Lomaventema is a jewler in the Hopi overlay technique, which was first developed by Hopi artist Fred Kabotie and his brother-in-law, Paul Saufkie, in the 1940s. This technique involves using two layers of sterling silver: a design is cut into the first layer, which is then soldered onto the second layer. Lomaventema began a … Read more