Alice Warder Seely
Alice Warder Seely's mixed Indian, Spanish, and Anglo heritage reflects the rich cultural diversity of New Mexico. She is the stepdaughter of Navajo artist Ha-So-De (Narciso Abeyta), often referred to as "The Gaugin of American Indian Art". Seely, is a writer, painter, sculptor, and jewelry designer, and has shown her art in galleries in Santa Fe, Scottsdale, New York, Michigan, and Florida.
Seely’s material of choice is high quality lead-free pewter, a material that offers infinite possibilities for pattern, texture and shape. Seely is known for her line of jewellery as well as select judaic items that feature unique patterns and motifs designed and carved by Seely who also hand finishes each piece.