Strallie & Sheryl Edaakie – Zuni Pueblo

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Strallie & Sheryl Edaakie

Strallie and Sheryl Edaakie are both Zuni Pueblo Indians, who currently reside on the Zuni reservation. They were married in 1985 and have raised three sons.

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Strallie and Sheryl have been making Zuni multi-colored inlaid jewelry since 1986 and have developed a true artistic form of their own. Their work range from simple two colored inlaid forms to several different stones inlaid on a single piece. Their work, over the years, has developed into superb color combinations and balanced designs that are unmatched in other forms of inlaid jewelry in today’s market.

Both of their work has been in prestigious art shows such as the Heard Museum, Taos Art Show, San Diego Museum of Man Art Show, The Zuni Expo, The Los Angeles Museum of Art Show, and the Santa Fe Indian Market, to name a few.

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