will host an Exhibition with nationally renowned Jewelry Designer David Rosales on Sunday, July 24th.
David is a native of Gallup, New Mexico and has been in the Jewelry Design field since 1984. He has extensive history in design shops in New Mexico; including that of Navajo Jeweler Ray Tracey. David currently collaborates with thirty Navajo artists on exceptional inlay stone jewelry set in sterling silver.
The Navajo Artists who work with David are encouraged to express and implement their natural creativity to bring elegant beautiful pieces of Jewelry to fruition. The group is a member of the Indian Arts & Crafts Association.
David Rosales’ work has been featured in Cowboys and Indians magazine, Native Peoples Magazine, In Style Magazine and Niche Magazine and is offered in fine Native American Museum shops around the country.
The Exhibition is free and open to the public. Exhibition Schedule: Sunday, July 24th, 10 am to 6 pm, at the Southern Exposure location in , 27 Coogan Boulevard, Mystic, CT. For further information, contact Southern Exposure at (860) 572 1007, 860 399 4445 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org