Albuquerque's Indian Pueblo Cultural Center presented an exhibit entitled "Mosaic Patterns of the Thunderbird," featuring Thunderbird jewelry of the Santo Domingo Pueblo.
In the rotunda of the Cultural Center is this statue of Po'pay created by the sculptor Cliff Fragua.
The Pueblo Revolt of 1680 holds great historical significance because it helped ensure the survival of Pueblo cultural traditions, land, language, religion, and sovereignty while preserving a respect for life, harmony, peace and freedom.
We then moved to the gallery featuring a collection of Thunderbird jewelry donated by Santo Domingo jeweler, Martine Lovato on behalf of his late wife Rita Levine Lovato who over the years had collected the jewelry on display.
(I overheard one person saying that some of the pieces are valued at around $1500.)