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A Tapestry of Kinship is an exploration of the connections between the various artisans working in Santa Fe between 1790 and 1860. This book establishes for the first time the family relationship between Jose Rafel Aragon and Jose Aragon, and the working relationships between the two Aragon brothers and Jose Manuel Benevides (previously known as the Santo Nino Santero) and Jose Anastacio Casados.
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Jose Esquibel is a genealogical researcher and author of over seventy articles related to Spanish colonial genealogy and history with particular regard to New Mexico. With John Colligan, he is the co-author of The Spanish Recolonization of New Mexico: An Account of the Families Recruited in Mexico City, 1693, and, with Christine and Douglas Preston, The Royal Road: El Camino Real from Mexico City to Santa Fe. Dr. Charles M. Carrillo is a scholar, teacher, and lecturer, as well as an artist. He has been a participant at Spanish Market in Santa Fe for over twenty years and has won numerous awards. His work is exhibited in many major museums including The Heard Museum, Denver Art Museum, Regis University, Albuquerque Museum, Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, and the Smithsonian. He is the author of Hispanic New Mexican Pottery (1996) and A Tapestry of Kinship (co-authored with José Antonio Esquibel, 2004); he has also written many articles on New Mexico art and culture. Carrillo earned his doctorate in anthropology from the University of New Mexico and is currently an Adjunct Professor in the University of New Mexico’s Religious Studies Program. A book on Carrillo and his art, Charlie Carrillo: Tradition & Soul, was published by LPD Press in 1994. The first Santos of the Pueblos exhibit at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in 2003 was so popular that an expanded version of the show was installed in its new gallery in 2004. Carrillo lives in Santa Fe with his wife Debbie, who is an award-winning potter, and their two children, Estrellita and Roán, who have also won awards for their santos.Review:
A serious work written invitingly so that everyone can enjoy what they have discovered. --The New Mexican
These inter-relations formed a tapestry that underscored the outburst of creativity in the production of devotional art among Nuevomejicanos. --People of God August 2004
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