Juanita Fragua Jemez Pueblo Indian Pottery

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 pottery was the norm at Jemez Pueblo.

Her beautiful stone-polished pottery has brought her recognition and blue ribbons at shows all over the country. She also has two very talented potting daughters: Glendora Fragua and B J Fragua. Her son, Clifford Fragua, is one of the best known Indian sculptors. All in all, a very talented family inspired by the vision of Juanita.

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