Holly Coonsis, Manager
From Zuni Pueblo, she comes from a family of jewelers, including her mother, Rolanda Haloo, and her brother, Colin Coonsis. Holly is quite knowledgeable about jewelry and acquainted with a wide network of artists. She is our Santa Fe anchor.
Patrick earned a painting/art history degree from the University of Kansas and an art education degree from Texas A&M University at Canyon Texas. He began his professional life as an art teacher on the Navajo Nation. After 2 yrs, he began a 30 year career as an Art Museum Curator. He returned to Santa Fe to continue hi career. Since retiring he has been associated with Bahti Indian Arts.
A returned Santa Fean Lynn has a long history with Pueblo Indian pottery and many deep friendships withartists from the Pueblos through her late husband Richard Spivey, the most respected pottery dealerin the business for over forty years.
Lynn Waldrop, Summer Manager
Originally from Chicago, Lynn (who is also a silversmith) is a long time Tucsonan who has been working for Bahti Indian arts since 2007.
A Hopi-Cherokee artist whose work can be seen in a number of commissions ranging from logos to installations at the University of Arizona. He is also the author-illustrator of The Butterfly Dance. www.fourthworlddesign.com
Froman extended family that includes several notable fine jewelers, Trevor is form the Navajo Nation and is working with us as he works his way towards medical school at the Universty of Arizona.