How to make a Purchase
Cerno has been an active Acoma
Pueblo potter since 1976 working with polychrome jars,
vases and bowls, both traditional and slip cast in origin. Her
work often features numerous animal images such as lizards,
beatles and butterflies along with rich, precise traditional
pueblo graphics. Her colors and white backdrop are always solid.
Her work is always flawless.
The hand painted, slip cast wedding vase above
is 9 inches tall by 6 inches wide. Your
price $275 ~ Item #WV867 Includes
Shipping! SALE PRICE $165
Brenda’s work is featured in Dillingham’s
“Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery”; Berger and
“Pueblo & Navajo Contemporary Pottery” and Dr.
Gregory Schaaf’s “Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000
Artist Biographies”. She has regularly exhibited at the
New Mexico State Fair where she has won numerous awards for
the outstanding quality of her work.
At left is a fine lizard seed pot that measures
3 inches tall by 4.5 inches wide. Perfect for the home with
limited space. Your price $120 ~ Item
At right is a good size lizard pot with starburst
body and feather motif at its base. This pot measures 6 inches
tall by 8 inches wide. Your price $290
~ Item #A474. SOLD
At left is a polychrome seed pot with multi-color
lizards at top and fineline design on the body. The pot measures
3 inches tall by 4.5 inches wide. Your
price $120 ~ Item #A476 SOLD
Spectacular painting and graphic design on this
polychrome hummingbird pot measuring 7 inches tall by 6.5 inches
wide. Your price $300 ~ Item #A477. SOLD
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