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BEYOND BUCKSKIN: Artist Profile | Michelle Lowden
Michelle Lowden is the owner of Milo Creations, and hails from the Pueblo of Acoma. Located in New Mexico, Acoma is known as being the oldest continuously inhabited community in North America.
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