One of the most creative and innovative of all Native artists, he was honored by inclusion in a national museum exhibit, originating in New York, before he was 30, and many prizes at Indian art shows across the country in the few years since.
Genes count, though – his mother, Veronica Poblano, his sister and brother-in-law, Jovanna Poblano and Daniel Chattin are all equally recognized.
This elegantly striking ring shows Dylan’s expertise with silver work, contemporary, fashion-forward design, and uncommon stones.
Silver curlicues swirl around the crescent-shaped base, while the oval setting echoes the form of the dramatic, hand-cut stone.
A series of silver ‘bubbles” adds a decorative, gleaming accent.
Riding high and handsome, the unusual stone results from technological innovation: real turquoise is dyed purple, achieving this rich color.
The dramatic striped effect results from the natural matrix in the stone.
Open bands of silver form the shank, which is curved ergonomically for maximum comfort, and additional style.
Elegant, dramatic, stylish and unique – and signed by a pre-eminent artist of the “new” Native jewelry.