Native American Artist, Teddy Draper, Jr., is the son of a WWII Navajo "Code Talker" Ted Draper, Sr. and has been the recipient of many prestigious awards for his art. He is a master of pastels and excels in oils, watercolor, traditional and contemporary design Navajo jewelry. The unique Draper pastel technique, constantly refined over thirty years, is his own personal style and his interpretation and artistic vision of what he calls "them unseen colors". Ted resides on the rim of the Canyon de Chelly near his studio and gallery with his wife, noted jeweler OpheliaGarcia.
Teddy, renowned painter and teacher, conducts annual seminars, "Exquisite Excursions - A Color Exploration Workshop" and devotes much of his time and efforts to the Chinle Youth Athletic Club. See the Arizona Bluebirds Basketball Gallery
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August 23-24, 2014: Teddy Draper, Jr. will be exhibiting his work at the Santa Fe Indian Market.
BOOTH - 129-POG (Palace Of The Governors - East End)
August 18-20, 2014: Teddy's 3-day Pastel Workshop in Santa Fe, NM during the week of the Santa Fe, Indian Market.
Download the Pastel Workshop Flyer for details
For information on scheduling color workshops and excursions please contact Teddy Draper at De Chelly Galleries, and download the EXQUISITE EXCURSION APPLICATION. Please print, fill out the application and mail.
See De Chelly Galleries Website for more of Teddy's handcrafted Navajo Jewelry
Beauty Before Me, Beauty Behind Me, Beauty Above Me, Beauty Below Me, Beauty All Around Me
Giclee on paper, 15" x 30", edition of 30, $425.00
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Ted Draper Art
DeChelly Art LLC
P. O. Box 1936
Chinle, Arizona 86503
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