Ed Wayne Aragon
Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Ed Wayne Aragon is the nephew of renowned silversmith Vidal Aragon, who was recognized as one of the prominent and influential Native American smiths of his time, and is best known for his invention of storyteller jewelry. Ed is the only student to be taught by his famous uncle, who passed away in 2015, and is carrying on the family legacy. Like his uncle's work before him, each of Ed's pieces translate a rich sense of the pueblo way of life into a wearable story. A 14K gold sun or moon, notating the story's time of day, serves as a recognizable attribute to each of his designs.