SilverTribe.com Prepares People for the Upcoming Art Festival Season

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SilverTribe.com provides people with tips and styles to go with the best art festivals of the summer, coinciding with their new release of Southwest and Native American artwork.

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I believe there are some extremely talented people in this region of the country and getting their names out there, or even just the events, is something we feel strongly about.

Summer is often ripe with festivals, from films to art. To help people find some of the best summer art festivals in the country, and show them how to prepare, SilverTribe.com has released a guide of the best summer festivals to see, along with a new collection of Native American artwork to go with them.

SilverTribe.com has established themselves as the premier destination for Southwest and Native American art and jewelry. To support the communities and cultures of the Southwest, the company has taken it upon themselves to find some of the best art festivals for like-minded individuals to gather and even buy the art that moves them.

A spokesman for the company, Chris Anderson, issued a statement with this new guide and collection of artwork. “Art is the spirit of any culture, the culmination of belief, creativity, and beauty. We wanted to share some of our culture’s (the American Southwest) art with the world as well. I believe there are some extremely talented people in this region of the country and getting their names out there, or even just the events, is something we feel strongly about.”

The people at SilverTribe.com are proud to release their new collection of Kachina dolls, hand carved and painted by artists of the Southwest. The Kachina doll pay tribute to the powerful spirits of nature in many Native American cultures and is believed to bestow great attributes, such as strength, courage, wisdom, or protection to the people that dress their homes with these striking figures.

Anderson is also displaying new pottery as well. The collection is comprised of both aesthetically pleasing Southwest and Native American pottery as well. Native pottery serves the purpose of relating their history and culture through the ages. They often depict certain symbols of nature or intricate patterns.

The final few additions to the collection are traditional Southwest-style silverwork. This silver jewelry is distinct with its use of inlay and overlay techniques to create intricate and fine-detailed pieces. People can even find one of the most famous spirits of the Southwest, Kokopelli, in the new release as well.

Anderson and the team at SilverTribe.com believe that the art displayed in their new collection embody the heart and soul of the American Southwest and those looking to go to the summer festivals would fit in well by wearing and collecting these traditional tokens of Southwest beauty and art.

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