The Hyde crew made it out to see and support old and new friends today and it was the best choice ever... by happenstance the first person we saw was @jaredtsopottery and the last time we saw one another was @nceca riding along to shows with great conversations... I am super honored to receive this piece and as I walked around market I had a good majority of people hold it in their hands... I can’t explain it but clay and this form just feels so good not to share... here are a few more pics from the day of just a few artist highlights as I’m not very good with taking my camera out when I’m hugging old friends lol and making new ones... if you’re in Santa Fe... go see these artists and so many others that are sharing there passion with us all... it’s not easy being an artist or a culture bearer and through your support these artist continue to share their beauty 🙌🏽💯💖 Super grateful for @kinggalleries as what I saw today was what I hope @NCECA is able to support in the future... more indigenous artists teaching directly in the field 🙌🏽💯💖 If you are an artist or educator and your interest is in indigenous philosophy and art... there is no better way to learn about a people then from the people themselves 🙌🏽💯💖 there are over 565 nations in the US alone... many not far from you... support local... support the primary source... support indigenous artists 🙌🏽💯💖 #ceramics#indigenous#knowledge#contemporaryceramics#nceca#studiotime#observations#artlife#reallife#claylife
Meet Mikael Deckelbaum - our Director of Business Development.
Born in Israel and raised between Jerusalem and New York. After graduating from McGill University, Mikael went on to become a commodities trader, and eventually founded a tech startup. After realizing acting is his true passion, Mikael recently graduated from William Esper Studio, and is now pursuing acting and theatre production life in NYC.
Let’s air some of Mikael’s Dirty Laundry;
Mikael is so overly sensitive he cried when watching the movie with Dwayne Johnson, Fighting with my Family.