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Jackie Shutiva (Histia)

The pot at left has a fluted lip and corrugated texture.The hand coiling is evident on the inside of the pot. Although born of an ancient culture it also speaks to modern design and decor. It measures 8 inches tall by 7 inches wide. Your price $475 ~ Item #A126  Includes Shipping!

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This pot is an unusual piece by Jackie featuring three Native American profiles. Jackie, being the consummate artist that she is, has been creating pottery utilizing new shapes and motifs. This white ware vase measures 9 inches tall by 9.5 inches wide. It blends traditional and contemporary styling. Your price $625 ~ Item #A192 Includes Shipping! SALE PRICE: $295

Copyright Paul J. LuiseJackie Shutiva (Histia) is an Acoma Pueblo potter of the Sun and Yellow Corn Child Clans. Jackie was taught traditional pottery creation by her mother Stella Shutiva at the age of 19. She specializes in hand coiled, traditional and contemporary, corrugated pottery reminiscent of the prehistoric pottery created in the Southwest by the Anasazi and Hohokum cultures. On occasion Jackie also hand crafts clay corn symbols in her clay to denote her clan origins. (Jason Esquibel portrait)

Jackie is featured in Dr. Gregory Schaaf's "Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies", Trimble's "Talking With The Clay", and "Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Hayes and Blom. Her work is extraordinary and usually only seen at Santa Fe's high-end galleries. Jackie, and her brother Wilfred Garcia, Jr., seem to be the masters when it comes to this white ware medium.

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Delores Lewis Garcia

 

 

The seed pot at left measures 3.75 inches tall by 4 inches wide. Your price $225 ~ Item #A440. Includes Shipping!

 

 

 

 

The seed pot at right measures 3.5 inches tall by 4.25 inches wide. Your price $225 ~ Item #A441. Includes Shipping!

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Delores Lewis Garcia has been an active Acoma Pueblo potter since the 1950s working with Anasazi Revival black on-white and polychrome pieces of every type. She was taught by her famous mother, Acoma matriarch Lucy M. Lewis. She has won numerous awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market and exhibited world wide as far away as Taiwan.

Delores's work is in every significant pottery collection across the country and included in dozens of different publications ranging from magazines to books including “Pueblo & Navajo Contemporary Pottery” by Berger and Schiffer; “Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies” by Gregory Schaaf; “Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery” by Rick Dillingham, and Indian Art Magazine.


Debbie Brown

 

This beautiful pot has excellent shape and detail. It measures 6 inches tall by 6 inches wide. Your price $360 ~ Item #A434. Includes Shipping!

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Debbie Brown has been an active Acoma Pueblo potter since 1979 working with traditional polychrome  and plain ware pots, jars, dishes, bowls and miniatures. She has exhibited at the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Eight Northern Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show for decades winning many awards. Debbie's work is featured in Gregory Schaaf's “Southern Pueblo Pottery Artist Biographies”, and Rick Dillingham's “Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery”

"Debbie comes from an important Acoma pottery-making family. She commented, 'I grew up seeing pottery made all the time. As a kid, I never thought I had the talent to make such beautiful pottery. I started making pottery full time when I turned eighteen. Ever since, I've been making pottery to this day'" - Dr. Gregory Schaaf

Terrance M. Chino, Sr.

 

The pot at left is flawless with snowflake design and fineline starburst. It measures 8 inches tall by 9.5 inches wide. Your cost $795 ~ Item #A269. Click here to see an enlargement.   Includes Shipping!

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Terrance M. Chino, Sr. is of the Acoma Pueblo, Sun Clan. He has been an active potter since 1980 working in traditional polychrome jars, bowls, seedpots and vases. He is the son of Ivan and Evelyn Chino, and brother of Emil Chino, Iona Chino, Colleen Manano, Jeffrey Chino, Jr., Marlene Vallo, and Jolene Marian. He was taught by his grandmother and his mother, Evelyn Chino. His work is extremely fine with great, thin walls that resonate beautifully.

Terrance is included in "Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies" by Gregory Schaaf and "Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery" by Rick Dillingham. He makes very fine pottery with thin walls and and first rate brush work plus his designs are very innovative utilizing both traditional and ones of his own creation. His work is eagerly collected by those who demand great shapes, brushwork, colors and design.

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Dean Reano

 

The plate at left measures 5.5 inches across and is dated 2006 - flawless condition. Your price $100 ~ Item #A369.  Includes Shipping!

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The plate at right bottom measures 6 inches across, is dated 2006, and is also flawless, vibrant and beautiful. Your price $100 ~ Item #A370.  Includes Shipping!

 

 

 

Dean Reano is of Acoma, Santo Domingo and Sioux heritage and has been an active potter since 1981 working on miniature to moderate size monochrome and polychrome plates. Dean's work is featured in Gregory Schaaf's "Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies" and Berger & Schiffer's "Pueblo & Navajo Contemporary Pottery".

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