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Collection: Eugene Mitchell Collection

Eugene Mitchell is a Native American jewelry artist who is best known for his sandcast jewelry. He is a member of the Navajo Nation and has been an active silversmith since the early 1970s.

Mitchell's work is characterized by its intricate designs and use of high-quality materials. He often uses feathers and corn representations in his pieces, but the designs have changed over time to exhibit his own unique style. Mitchell's jewelry is highly sought-after by collectors and enthusiasts of Native American art.

Mitchell was born in 1946 on the Navajo Nation. He began learning the art of silversmithing from his uncle, John Joe, at the age of five. Mitchell served in the United States Army from 1966 to 1968. After his discharge from the military, he returned to the Navajo Nation and began working full-time as a silversmith.

Mitchell's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions, including the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market, the Santa Fe Indian Market, and the Scottsdale Indian Art Show. His jewelry has also been featured in publications such as Southwest Art, American Indian Art, and Native Peoples.

Mitchell is a master silversmith and his work is highly respected in the Native American art world. His jewelry is a beautiful and unique expression of Navajo culture.