Category Archives: Girl Friends

Quincy and Another Girl Friend

Post by Vera It was a treat to return to Adobe Gallery in Santa Fe last week. We had last been there in August during Indian Market, when the gallery hosted a reception and book signing for us.   I … Continue reading

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Quincy in Love

(post by Vera) I made a trip last week to Santa Fe and to Window Rock to sign copies of Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist. (And don’t miss our special December deal–a free gift with … Continue reading

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Quincy Tahoma the Lady’s Man

Post by Vera Quincy Tahoma was a hit with the ladies. All through his life they flocked around him. Valentine’s Day might just have been his favorite holiday after Christmas, the date that he adopted for his birthday.

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Happy Birthday Quincy

A character in a novel starts as a blank page. The author creates a name, a birthplace, a locale, a personality and talents.

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Tahoma’s Special Gift to a Special Lady

Tahoma painted a beautiful compact for his girlfriend in 1944 and it has been lovingly preserved for more than 60 years. Continue reading

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The Price of a Taxi

September 5, 2004 I grabbed the manila envelope from my husband as he walked in from the mailbox. I had eagerly looked forward to hearing the tapes of Charnell Havens interviewing Jean Wallace McSwain about dating Quincy Tahoma. Jean evoked … Continue reading

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