Jewelry was traded in the early founding of the country, to the adoption of bolo ties in the 1940s and 50s; to the revolution of Native American fashion we see today, this style has remained a facet of the country.
(PRWEB) July 17, 2016
The Native American community has experienced rapid growth in 2016. From the art community to fashion, artists and designers are making waves by breaking from the traditional styles of their culture to bring the public something completely new. While this art is modern, it’s still deeply steeped in the history and heritage of their Native American upbringing, giving it a unique flavor in an art community that is always looking for something new and wonderful.
TurquoiseJewelry.com responds to the new wave of Native American artists in an attempt to encourage the creativity that’s helping to improve the Native community. A spokesman for the site, Jack Burch, also released a statement with their latest release of Native art and jewelry. The spokesman also provided a few comments on the release as well.
“Incorporating Native fashion into the general public is nothing new. Jewelry was traded in the early founding of the country, to the adoption of bolo ties in the 1940s and 50s; to the revolution of Native American fashion we see today, this style has remained a facet of the country. This fact remains as the inspiration for our new collection of art and jewelry.”
Burch and his team pointed out some of the most recent examples of Native American culture rising into the fashion and art world to get people excited about the release as well.
The team is far from wrong when it comes to this subject. The prestigious Peabody Essex Museum featured a Native fashion collection for an entire year (ending this March). Their aim was to illustrate the beauty of contemporary designs and lure the public away from offensive mass-produced imitations.
Likewise, the PBS special featuring Mohawk Tribe member, Merritt Johnson’s contemporary approach to interdisciplinary artwork has also shown how the culture can adapt and evolve with the times.
TurquoiseJewelry.com is also a proud supporter of Native American contemporary art. They feature a wide array of Navajo jewelry and work closely with their artists to help support the community in newer and more innovative ways.
Burch and the team at TurquoiseJewelry.com hope that people will start to embrace this new movement of Native American art and culture as the country makes its way into the New Year. Burch believes that 2016 was one of the best years for Native culture and aims at making 2017 even better. Anyone looking to engage in the new fashion trend can find what they need in Burch's new collection of jewelry, here, he added.