Arizona & New Mexico Pueblo Pottery

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xxx ~ 'Born at Santa Clara Pueblo around Margaret Tafoya created pottery that was incredible in its size and form, and degree of perfection. Instead of painting her work, she conceived of a direct carving method for decorating redware and blackware.

Pottery by American Indian Women by Susan Peterson | Abbeville Press

This book provides a very personal look at three generations of American Indian women who made--and are still making--the 20th century's most beautiful and important traditional pottery.

Santa Clara Pueblo pottery-The pueblo is a member of the Eight Northern Pueblos, and the people are from the Tewa ethnic group of Native Americans who speak the Tewa language. The pueblo is on the Rio Grande

NEW MEXICO, UNITED STATES - Santa Clara, Acoma, Acomita, El Morro, Zuni and Gallup

Tsiyone ("Flying") Zia Pueblo, New Mexico, by Edward S. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives

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Santa Clara Carved Blackware Jar Elizabeth Naranjo - beautiful black on black Gourd Art, Ceramic Sculpture, Carving, American Indian Pottery, Ceramics, Pottery Art, Black Pottery Oaxaca, Native Pottery, Vintage Pottery

54054: A SANTA CLARA CARVED BLACKWARE JAR Elizabeth Nar - May 10, 2013 | Heritage Auctions in TX

A SANTA CLARA CARVED BLACKWARE JARElizabeth Naranjoc. painted in matte against a highly polished slip, with an avanyu... on May 10, 2013

Santa Clara, Carved Blackware Avanyu Pot, by Teresita Naranjo - 6 by by inches Pottery Indigenous Art, Ceramic Sculpture, Indian Art, Pueblo Pottery, Art, Pottery Art, Ceramic Clay, Native Pottery, Vintage Pottery

Santa Clara, Carved Blackware Avanyu Pot, c.1970 - Teresita Naranjo - 2007 American Indian Art Auction

Santa Clara, Carved Blackware Avanyu Pot, c.1970 by Teresita Naranjo - 6 by 6¼ by 6¼ inches Pottery

Heard @ the Heard Pottery Innovator Harrison Begay, Jr.

Heard @ the Heard 2011: Pottery Innovator Harrison Begay, Jr.

Award-winning Diné (Navajo) potter Harrison Begay, Jr. does amazing work. His skill lies in creating pots with interesting shapes that are deeply incised and polished. In addition to being a master polisher, Begay is highly skilled at ensuring that the cuts in his work are consistent throughout the piece. For those who don’t know about Pueblo pottery, Santa Clara pots are hand-coiled, incised with the designs, and then coated with a red clay slip (liquid clay). Just before the slip dries…

Renowned Hopi-Tewa potter, Nampeyo No date or photographer noted.

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Severa Tafoya, Santa Clara Indian Pottery Maker, New Mexico, 1935 Mehr American Indian Pottery, Native American Pottery, American Ceramics

Severa Tafoya Santa Clara Indian Pottery Maker, N.M

 Nampeyo was known internationally as a premier potter. She based her work on techniques used by Hopi and Tewa artisans. No date or photographer noted.

Iris Nampeyo (ca. 1860–1942) was a Hopi-Tewa potter who lived on the Hopi Reservation in Arizona. She was better known by her Tewa name, Num-pa-yu, meaning "Snake that does not bite." She developed her own style based on traditional designs. Her work is in the Smithsonian Institution and is collected worldwide. In 1904 and 1907, she produced and sold pottery at the Grand Canyon lodge. She and her husband traveled to Chicago in 1898 and 1910 to display her work.

Iris Nampeyo (ca. 1860–1942) was a Hopi-Tewa potter who lived on the Hopi Reservation in Arizona. She was better known by her Tewa name, Num-pa-yu, meaning "Snake that does not bite." She developed her own style based on traditional designs. Her work is in the Smithsonian Institution and is collected worldwide. In 1904 and 1907, she produced and sold pottery at the Grand Canyon lodge. She and her husband traveled to Chicago in 1898 and 1910 to display her work.

Two Hopi polychrome jars. Nampeyo family, the larger by Fannie, the smaller by her daughter Elva, each painted in a winged migration pattern.

Two Hopi polychrome jars

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Santa Clara Pottery -Denise Chavarria, Artist

Southwest Indian Pottery | San Ildefonso Pueblo | Contemporary | Denise Chavarria | Stone-Polished Red Carved Jar

Denise Chavarria is a daughter of Stella Chavarria and granddaughter of Teresita Naranjo. It is obvious, by examining her work that she follows in the footsteps of her famous grandmother and mother. Her vessel shapes are very similar to those of Teresita and her carving details follow those of her mother.

"Zuni girl with jar" A girl of the Zuni tribe, headcarrying a Native American pottery jar, in New Mexico. Head-and-shoulders portrait, from The North American Indian, by Edward S.

Native Americans in the United States

Native Americans in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Here we present an historic image of a potter from Santa Clara Pueblo in New Mexico. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. The image shows a Santa Clara Pueblo woman in a full-length portrait, seated with

The Potter's Art | Cameron Trading Post

Cameron Trading Post