A Twenty-Five Year Commitment to Classic and Contemporary Native Art
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January 2021

The New Year is already moving along quickly!  Believe it or not, I'll try and make this a quick note.  We have our Spring shows scheduled for February to April.  All these shows will be online and virtual with the new work in Scottsdale.  We will continue to assess when it is safer to have artists in the gallery.  I'm very excited by the new work the artists are making as they continue to create in challenging times. 

There are some wonderful articles out in various publications at the moment featuring many of our gallery artists. Definitely check them out!

We continue to be open at each gallery location, but with limited hours in Santa Fe. Let us know if you are stopping by!

Please continue to stay safe and healthy.  By August, I hope that I will see many of you in Santa Fe in person!
I look forward to hearing from you with any questions or suggestions. 

Charles S. King
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Please let me know if you have any questions.
I look forward to hearing from you!

Charles S. King
480.481.0187 Scottsdale   
480.440.3912  Santa Fe

Gallery Hours
Scottsdale: Mon-Sat 10-5
Santa Fe: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri (11-3) and by appointment
Gallery and Artist News...
Our upcoming Heard Market shows will be from March3-6.  They will include new works by Nathan Youngblood, Steve Lucas, Tammy Garcia, Les Namingha, Rainy Naha, Juan de la Cruz, Jason Takala, Al Qoyawayma, Russell Sanchez, Chris Youngblood, Chase Earles, and Duane Koyawena.  Much like our Indian Market show of 2020, this show will be virtual and online. We are looking forward to some exciting new work from these artists!
Sunday, January 24, is our next "Sunday Sale-Day."  Last time we had over 75 items on sale.  It's ONE DAY only so don't miss it!
Congrats to Robert Patricio for a great new article online that was just published in the Albuquerque Journal, "It Smells Like Rain," is a great insight into his designs and traditional Acoma pottery.
Congrats to Jennifer Tafoya!  There is a new online article in the Santa Fean magazine entitled "Of the Earth."  Check it out! 
I'm pleased to announce our upcoming show on April 8 with Susan Folwell and Roseta Santiago.  This show will be in our Scottsdale gallery and feature new works in clay from Susan and new paintings by Roseta. 
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"Forward-thinking gallerists, museum curators, and clay artists themselves are fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of Native clay arts. At the forefront is Charles S. King. Owner of King Galleries in Santa Fe and Scottsdale, Arizona.  He is considered by many to be the dean of contemporary Southwestern Native clay arts." 
Cowboys & Indians Magazine, 2018
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