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Michael Kanteena Laguna Pueblo Indian Pottery

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17th Oct 2014

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Michael Kanteena – Laguna Pueblo Indian Potter

Michael Kanteena’s present work began to develop around 1990. Wishing to learn about his ancient roots, which he knew went back ot New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon (Anasazi Culture), he began...

Stella Chavarria Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery

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17th Oct 2014

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Stella Chavarria – Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Potter

Stella is the daughter of famed Santa Clara potter Teresita Naranjo who passed away in early 2000. Stella’s pottery is very much influenced by that of her mother with the...

Laura Gachupin Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery

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17th Oct 2014

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Laura Gachupin – Jemez Pueblo Indian Potter

Laura is undoubtedly one of the finest potters to emerge from Jemez Pueblo in the past 25 years. Laura’s mother, Marie G. Romero, was one of the people responsible for...

Lupe Lucero Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery

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Lupe Lucero – Jemez Pueblo Indian Potter

Lupe is a member of a well known Jemez storyteller making family. She and her sisters, Mary Toya, Alma Concho and Fanny Wall are all fine Jemez potters. Perhaps her...

Racheal Sandia - Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery

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17th Oct 2014

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Racheal Sandia – Jemez Pueblo Indian Potter

Rachael is the talented of well known Jemez potter Geraldine Sandia. She works in a style similar to her mother’s but Rachael has her own distinctive designs. Recently she has...

Snowflake Flower (Stephanie Rhoades) Cochiti Pueblo Inidian Pottery

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17th Oct 2014

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Snowflake Flower (Stephanie Rhoades) – Cochiti Pueblo Inidian Potter

Stephanie is best known for her creative yet traditional Cochiti storytellers, figures and nativity sets. She continues the Cochiti heritage of figurative pottery which dates back to the late 19th...

Annie Baca - Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery

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17th Oct 2014

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Annie Baca – Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Potter

Annie Baca has a fine reputation for her highly polished and finely painted pottery. She is the daughter of a well respected potter, Cresensia Tafoya, who passed away in 2000....

BJ Fragua Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery

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17th Oct 2014

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B J Fragua – Jemez Pueblo Indian Potter

This young potter is the daughter of Juanita Fragua, one of the potters responsible for the renaissance of Jemez pottery. B J works in a style somewhat reminiscent of her...

Juanita Fragua Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery

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16th Oct 2014

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Juanita Fragua – Jemez Pueblo Indian Potter

Juanita Fragua is one of the foremost potters responsible for the renaissance pottery. She has been making traditional pottery for over 25 years, beginning at a time when sun-dried poster-painted...

Candelaria Suazo Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Pottery

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16th Oct 2014

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Candelaria Suazo – Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Potter

The following is a statement from Candelaria herself: I am a full blooded Indian from the pueblos of Santa Clara and San Juan. I was inspired to begin making pottery...

Ruby Panana Zia Pueblo Indian Pottery

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16th Oct 2014

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Ruby Panana – Zia Pueblo Indian Potter

Ruby is one of the finest of a small number of contemperary Zia potters. She was taught to pot by her mother, Seferina Bell, who was one of the best...

Gladys Paquin Laguna Pueblo Indian Pottery

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16th Oct 2014

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Gladys Paquin – Laguna Pueblo Indian Potter

Pottery making had almost died at Laguna Pueblo in the 1950s and 1960. Gladys Paquin was born at Laguna Pueblo to a father who was Zuni and a mother who...

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