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Delbert Buck & Scott Lyon Trunk Shows

Save The Date: July 13 - 14, 2024
Delbert Buck and Scott Lyon Trunk Shows at the Lynn Godfrey Brown Shop

MNMF Shops is pleased to announce our upcoming Trunk Shows with artists Delbert Buck and Scott Lyon the weekend of July 13 - 14, 2024. Meet the artists and shop new pieces available this weekend only! Both Trunk Shows will take place at the Lynn Godfrey Brown Shop at the Museum of International Folk Art.

Delbert Buck Trunk Show
Saturday, July 13, 2024
12 pm - 4 pm

Delbert Buck (Navajo) was born in Shiprock, New Mexico to Wilford and Jenny Buck. Like many folk artists, Delbert is self-taught, initially carving toys for his younger brothers at the age of nine. An electrician by trade, Buck now makes his carvings in his spare time. He feels his work has a life energy all its own, and shares that inspiration comes from looking around at the ordinary things in his daily life. Some favorites and repeated topics are airplanes, horses, cowboys, and wagons. All of Delbert’s carvings are made from found objects and cottonwood limbs using a hammer, handsaw, and utility knife. For sculptures that are adorned with clothing, Delbert hand sews them on. You can see Delbert’s work in the Museum of International Folk Art’s digital collection here.

Scott Lyon Trunk Show
Sunday, July 14, 2024
12 pm - 4 pm

Scott Lyon creates immersive art experiences through his collection of shadow boxes, drawings, and treasures presented in a bewitching nostalgic setting. Lyon discovered this unexplored medium 30 years ago while attending art school through a book about the artist Joseph Cornell, who crafted boxed assemblages of astounding mystery and beauty. Now a New Mexico resident, Lyon’s work often tells dream like vignettes inspired by Southwestern culture and lore. Some of our favorite scenes include UFOs, cow skulls, cosmic cowboys, and dancing skeletons!

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