Winners of the 2018 Indian Fair & Market Juried Competition

Best of Show and Best of Classification — Diverse Art Forms
First Place — Dolls and Figurative Objects
Jamie Okuma (Luiseño/Shoshone-Bannock), “Protect, Honor, Cherish”












Best of Classification — I  Jewelry and Lapidary Work
First Place — Belts
Lyndon Tsosie (Navajo), “Nitchih Dine E (Air People)”


Best of Classification — II Pottery
First Place — Painted, Native Clay, Hand Built, Fired Out-of-Doors
Garrett Maho (Hopi), “Talking with the Clay”


Best of Classification — III Paintings, Drawings, Graphics, Photography
First Place —Photography
Peggy Fontenot (Potawomeck/Potawatomi)
, “No Dapl”


Best of Classification — IV Pueblo Carvings
First Place — Contemporary Carved Dolls
Mavasta Honyouti (Hopi), “Entering the Kiva”


Best of Classification — V Sculpture
First Place — Stone
Cliff Fragua (Jemez Pueblo), “The Rainbow Dance”



Best of Classification — VI Weavings and Textiles
First Place — Regional style weavings and 19th Century revival style weavings
Kevin Aspaas (Navajo), “Revival Navajo Wedgeweave”


Best of Classification — VIII Baskets
First Place — Natural Fibers and Cultural Forms
Geo Neptune (Passamaquoddy), “Apikcilu Binds the Sun”



Best of Classification — IX Personal Attire
First Place — Fashion
Orlando Dugi (Navajo), “The Eagle Huntress Gown”

Best of Classification — X Beadwork and Quillwork
First Place — Cradleboards, beaded dolls, bottles, and all other subjects
Beverly (Bear King) Moran (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), “Midnight Dream”



Cutting-Edge (Conrad House Award)
Best of Class
Angela Babby (Oglala Lakota),
“Kiksuyapi 1890 (Remember Don’t Forget”


Junior Division Best of Show
Albert Hoskie (Navajo), “Butterfly Buckle”