In the spirit of Cabot and his sense of creating an artistic community, local artists are invited to Cabot's Pueblo Museum to share their artwork with you. Artisans at the Pueblo furthers Cabot's vision of bringing art, culture, and people together. Engage first hand with local artists.
Bruce Hearn - Enrolled Chippewa from the White Earth Nation. Northern traditional dancer. Bruce creates custom regalia, leatherwork, beaded goods, and much more. His favorite materials include buckskin, elk hide, buffalo, moose, suede, rawhide, real bone, glass bead, wood, pipestone, natural stone, porcupine quill, and sinew.
Gwen Fortner - Gwen was first introduced to the medium of water-based clay in the Bahamas, never realizing at the time that she would one day use clay to create her intriguing designs of the American Southwest. For the past ten years, Gwen has focused her energies on sculpting in clay to create terracotta stoneware. The earth between her fingers becomes alive with images of animals, figures, and favorite subjects of the southwest.
Constance Stevens - Constance has been designing and creating jewelry for 30 years. It wasn’t until she moved to Palm Springs recently, that Mid-Century Architecture influenced her art. What she enjoys most about her new Modern collection is finding vintage beads. Among her friends, she is known as the “earring queen.” Constance has participated in several juried shows and currently shows at the Palm Springs Museum, Architecture and Design Center, and Etcetera in downtown Palm Springs.