Entertainment Magazine: Iron Door Mine: Flint Carter: Southwestern Jewelry

Southwestern Jewelry by Michel Garcia

Exquisite jewelry designed and handcrafted by award-winning Native American artist Michael Garcia.

One of Garcia's braclets, "Life's Dancing Light," sold at The Heard Museum in Phoenix Arizona, January 1999 for $8,000. Another, "Pathways," sold for $10,000.

The goldwork is done by Michael Garcia. Stonework is done by Flint Carter.

The last of 6 pieces is still for sale- "Sunrise Set" asking $20,000.

Michael Garcia awards:

  • Award of Excellence in Jewelry, Southwest Indian Art Fair - Arizona State Museum in Tucson
  • 1997 recipient of the prestigious SWAIA - Arlene Feddes Fellowship Award, Recognition of Excellence in Native American Art
  • First Place in Jewelry - Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Art Fair
  • Best of Show, Best in Jewelry, First and Second Place in Jewelry - Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Art Fair
  • First Place in jewelry, Santa Monica Ceremonial
  • Best in Jewelry and Second Place - Dallas Art Festival Indian Market
  • Best in Jewelry, Second Place Gold Category - Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Art Fair

For information on the handicraft designed by Flint Carter, call 520-289-4566. Email: [email protected]

For information on the handicraft designed by Flint Carter, call 520-289-4566. Email: [email protected]

"Corn Bracelet" handcrafted by artist Michael Garcia.

Thunderbird. Copyright Flint Carter 2010. Cannot be reproduced or copied without permission. 520-289-4566

Michael Garcia's 14k piece bolo tie.