Tag Archives: Scottsdale

Scottsdale presentation and book signing

Post by Charnell Old Town Scottsdale is the epitome of a shopper’s paradise!  From beautiful southwestern jewelry and pottery to paintings and sculptures to fantastic food and drink (make mine a caramel macchiato, please), it’s all available within easy walking distance of Guidon … Continue reading

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Book Talk in Scottsdale

As part of Charnell’s visit to Arizona, she and Vera will be talking about Tahoma’s life and legacy, and particularly about Quincy Tahoma in Scottsdale, at the long-time favorite bookstore of Scottsdale, Guidon Books on Thursday October 27 from 6-8 pm. Guidon … Continue reading

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Why write this book?

Post by Vera Marie The first question people ask me about the book Charnell and I have written is “Why did you decide to write a book about Quincy Tahoma?”  Good question. After all, Winston Churchill said: “Writing a book … Continue reading

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A Home for Tahoma in Scottsdale

Post by Vera Marie We are continuing the story of Tahoma’s wanderings from Santa Fe, which started with this post about going to Albuquerque. When Quincy Tahoma left Albuquerque, and the apartment that David Brugge and Jim Wilson had supplied … Continue reading

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How to Look at American Indian Art

Post by Vera Marie New Mexico Museum of Fine Art, photo by Bob Gossman One of the pinnacles of Quincy Tahoma’s life as an artist happened in 1946, when he was 28 years old. He displayed a painting  at the … Continue reading

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