Hand coiled Large Olla with Fertility designs painted around it by award winning Acoma potter Franklin Peters!! It has 3 medallions representing a woman's womb, with rain patterns, raindrops, Eagle Tails, Thunderbirds and Clouds! The walls are very thin. The painting and precision is amazing! It also has a spirit break at the rim! This would make a great centerpiece for any collection! A stunning piece!
Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Hunter Plate
Hand coiled Fine Line "Hunter" plate from award winning artist Daniel Lucario. It has 2 Hunters carrying a deer in the center with deer tracks going through the inner circle! The fine line and geometric patterns surrounding the Hunters is absolutely amazing! All of Daniel's paints are made from natural materials. Daniel is certainly carrying on the incredible work of his mother Rebecca Lucario! This is a stellar piece!
Acoma Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Kokopelli Jar
Hand coiled Jar with Geometric designs by Melissa C. Antonio of Acoma Pueblo. It has a band of alternating Kokopelli's and Butterflies. It has a scalloped rim as well! The painting on this jar is almost unbelievable. The fact that this is done by hand and the precision is truly amazing! Melissa paints with a yucca brush and all of her pottery is painted with all natural materials made from minerals and plants. Melissa is the daughter in law of Mildred Antonio and the daughter of Gilbert & Lillie Antonio. Please note that Melissa does both slip cast pottery and hand coiled. We only carry her hand coiled pieces which are more expensive due to the additional work involved.
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Eagle Tail Jar fired outdoors by Karen Abieta. It has Eagle Tail designs and other traditional desings painted around the perimeter. It's a really beautiful piece! Karen is the daughter of Lenora Nahoodyce Abeyta and Isidor Abieta who is from Isleta. She is a member of the Kachina/Parrot Clan from her mothers side. Her work is very high quality. She has won awards at Santa Fe Indian Market & Heard Museum shows among others.
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Eagle Tail Jar fired outdoors by James Garcia Nampeyo. It has Sikyatki Eagle Tail designs around the perimeter. It's a really beautiful piece! He uses all natural materials for his paints. James is the Great Grandson of Nampeyo of Hano, Grandson of Fannie Nampeyo and the son of Leah Garcia Nampeyo. His work is very high quality.
Traditional Hopi hand coiled Tall Jar fired outdoors by Mark Tahbo. We are not sure of the design element on the front, but it's an incredible piece! He uses all natural materials for his paints. Mark learned from his great grandmother Grace Chapella. His work is extremely high quality and he has won awards at Heard Museum Show, Santa Fe Indian Market and Gallup Ceremonials.
Op Art Jar from noted Cochiti - Kewa potters Lisa Holt & Harlan Reano! This is an incredible piece! It has swirl & geometric designs! Harlan uses all natural pigments for his paints (Red rock clay for red, White slip which can turn beige or grey depending on the firing conditions, and wild spinach for black) They fire all of their pottery outdoors the traditional way. A true collector's item! Lisa is the niece of noted potter Virgil Ortiz, Joyce Ortiz and Janice Ortiz. She is the daughter of Inez Ortiz(d).
Hand Coiled "Pueblo Revolt 1680" pot by renowned artist Jason "Okuu Pin" Garcia of Santa Clara Pueblo. It has 4 different scenes depicting the Pueblo Revolt of 1680! The detail is amazing! Jason uses all native clay slips for his paints and fires his pottery outdoors. Jason is the son of John & Gloria Garcia and is the grandson of Petra Gutierrez and the nephew of Minnie Vigil, Thelma Talachy & Lois Gutierrez. Jason's work is highly collectible.