Ed Kabotie – Hopi

Published on June 24, 2014 by Carol

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Ed Kabotie

Ed Kabotie is from the Hopi village of Shungopavi and the Tewa village of Khap’o Owinge (Santa Clara Pueblo). His work is reflective of these two dynamic cultures.

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Ed comes from a notable artistic heritage on his Hopi side. His grandfather, Fred Kabotie, and father, Michael Kabotie, are both well known in the Native American Art world for their contributions to Hopi silver and the visual arts. Ed carries on this tradition as both a painter and silversmith.

Ed’s Tewa grandfather, Edward P. Dozier, was a notable anthropologist. His example has inspired Ed to both research and teach on Native American culture and history. Ed has worked with numerous museums and educational institutions as a guest speaker and cultural advisor.

In addition to the work mentioned above, Ed is also an accomplished musician. His four solo albums feature multi-instrumental compositions (Native Flute, Guitar, Percussion) with trilingual (English, Hopi, Tewa) vocals that “speak to the journey of life”.

“My vision as an artist is to express the values, virtues, and sometimes vices of my people through the mediums of art and music.” -Ed Kabotie

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