The Wheelwright Museum is pleased to present Eye Candy: Visual Treats from the Permanent Collection in the Schultz Gallery, opening to the public on January 20, 2018 and on view through April 15, 2018. Join us as we celebrate recent additions to our renowned collection of Native American jewelry, lapidary, and silversmithing. A delightful selection includes gemstone necklaces by Yazzie Johnson and Gail Bird, old and new Zuni fetish carvings, mid-century smoking paraphernalia and barware, and spurs by Clyde “Sunny Skies” Hunt; as well as works by Fred and Frank Peshlakai, McKee Platero, Perry Shorty, Liz Wallace, and many more.

Soft Opening:
January 20, 2018, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


The exhibition includes work by the following artists:
Raymond Becenti
Jolene Bird
Gail Bird
Bryston Bowannie
Franklin Carillo
Jared Chavez
Richard Chavez
John Christianson
Juan Dideos
Dee Edaakie
Eddington Hannaweeke
Allan Houser
Clyde “Sunny Skies” Hunt
Yazzie Johnson
Michael Kabotie
Rick Laahty
Ron Laahty
James Little
Harold Littlebird
Phil Loretto
Ernie “Woody” Mackel
Jack Mahkee
Verma Nequatewa
Al Nez
Christopher Nieto
Isaiah Ortiz
Gibbs Othole
Victor Paul Beck,Sr.
Claudia Peina
Fred Peshlakai
Frank Peshlakai
McKee Platero
Leo Poblano
Andres Quandelacy
Perry Shorty
Loren Tsalabutie
Vernon L. Unasee
Liz Wallace
Ken Williams