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Stylish microfiber adventure towels featuring the art of Pablita Velarde, the first Native American Woman to paint full time as a career. Pablita’s story is one of determination and dedication, overcoming obstacles to achieve greatness. Let her story inspire you to pursue your passion and follow your dreams!

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We sell an assortment of beach inspired products from beach towels to tote bags to summer clothing, all made with only the finest environmentally friendly materials. 

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Pueblo Beach towels

170x 80cm (approx. 67”x 31.5”) and 390 gsm waffled microfiber

170x 80cm (approx. 67”x 31.5”) and 390 gsm waffled microfiber. Authenticity labels are stitched into the upper righthand corner. The first release, expected October 2018

PUEBLO BEACH TOWELS

170x80cm. (approx. 67″x31.5″)
390 GSM Waffled Microfiber

Authenticity labels are stitched into the upper righthand corner. The first release, expected October 2018.

“It’s in my soul. I really can’t do anything else”.

Pablita Velarde (1918-2006) born in Santa Clara Pueblo, NM was the First American Indian Woman to paint full time as a career. Her passion was to tell an Indian story through an Indian voice.  Pablita’s charming paintings are intimate depictions of pueblo life, offering a glimpse of what used to be.

She is recognized as one of the most culturally important, historically significant, professionally accomplished American Indian women painters. Pablita’s story is one of determination and dedication, overcoming obstacles to achieve greatness.

Let her story inspire you to pursue your passion and follow your dreams!

COLORES | Golden Dawn: The Pueblo Paintings Of Pablita Velarde | New Mexico PBS

portrait by John Nieto

“It’s in my soul. I really can’t do anything else”.

Pablita Velarde (1918-2006) born in Santa Clara Pueblo, NM was the First American Indian Woman to paint full time as a career. Her passion was to tell an Indian story through an Indian voice.  Pablita’s charming paintings are intimate depictions of pueblo life, offering a glimpse of what used to be.

She is recognized as one of the most culturally important, historically significant, professionally accomplished American Indian women painters. Pablita’s story is one of determination and dedication, overcoming obstacles to achieve greatness.

COLORES | Golden Dawn: The Pueblo Paintings Of Pablita Velarde | New Mexico PBS

Let her story inspire you to pursue your passion and follow your dreams!

Helen

A LIL PUEBLO, A LIL BEACH… TOTALLY PUEBLO BEACH.

After inheriting her grandmother Pablita Velarde’s estate in 2015, Helen was inspired to revitalize her legacy by creating an avenue for new generations to enjoy her work.

Helen’s offers a glimpse into the life of this famous art dynasty. “Pablita’s story goes beyond a Native American woman’s story. Her story is a human story for everyone. It’s about having a dream and the determination to succeed.” 

Helen

A LIL PUEBLO, A LIL BEACH… TOTALLY PUEBLO BEACH.

After inheriting her grandmother Velarde’s estate in 2015, Helen was inspired to revitalize her legacy by creating an avenue for new generations to enjoy her work.  

Helen’s offers a glimpse into the life of this famous art dynasty. “Pablita’s story goes beyond a Native American woman’s story. Her story is a human
story for everyone.
It’s about having a
dream and the determination to succeed.” 

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A Strong Person is Everywhere by Devon Hoffman

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helenkristinatindel@gmail.com

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Santa Fe, NM