Dallas based trader Michael McKissick sits down with host Mark Sublette during the Antique American Indian Art Show in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This episode of the Art Dealer Diaries covers a nearly 60 year long native art dealing career that begins with a pair of moccasins bought at a rodeo in the 1960's and continues to this day. Formerly a cryogenic systems designer, McKissick established a collection of Native American art that became his initial inventory after opening Waterbird Traders in the 1980's. Michael goes on to discuss the journey that the love of Native American art has taken him on and what's in store for the future of the industry.
10/16/19 • 38 min
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