Frederica Antonio


At right, above, is an exquisite monochrome, very thin walls, perfect shape and excellent execution of graphics - a graceful swirling vase that measures 5 inches tall by 5.25 inches wide. Your price $1,060 ~ Item #A414. Please click here to see an enlargement. Includes Shipping! SOLD



Frederica Antonio has been an active Acoma Pueblo potter since 1986 working with traditional polychrome and black-on white fine line pots, bowls and jars. She is the wife of Randy Antonio (with whom she sometimes collaborates), cousin of Melissa Antonio, and daughter-in-law of Mildred Antonio who was also her teacher. She has won several first place awards at varied venues including the New Mexico State Fair and the Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial. Her work is included in "Pueblo & Navajo Contemporary Pottery" by Berger and Schiffer; "Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies" by Gregory Schaaf; and "Southwest Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Hayes & Blom.

Frederica's work is truly outstanding and she is at the very top of the Acoma eye dazzler, fine line motif artists. This pot is not that large but we chose it for excellence of design execution, shape and very thin walls. Frederica and Melissa's work have become the standard by which other eye dazzler pots can be measured. Frederica's work has grown appreciatively in value and demand over the last several years.

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Sandra Victorino, an impressive 9.25x8.5 inchesSandra M. Victorino


At right, top, is a beautiful polychrome spiraling from bottom to top.. An inspired, unique beauty measuring 9.25 x 8.5 inches tall and a star in any collection. Your price $1,495 ~ Item #A485. Click here to see an enlargement. SOLD



At left, is a very classy vase polychrome of finest detail by Sandra. It measures 4.5 inches tall by 4.25 inches wide. Your price $295 ~ Item #A450. Click here for an enlargement.   SOLD

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Copyright Paul J. LuiseSandra M. Victorino is one of today's most highly collected Acoma Pueblo potters along with her aunt and teacher, the famous Dorothy Torivio. She has won awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market, Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show, Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial, New Mexico State Fair and many other events. Her work is in the Heard Museum Collections as well as the private collections of John Blom and that of Dr. Gregory & Angie Yan Schaaf. Sandra has been doing her traditional pottery for over 20 years and enjoys it very much. She has lived at Sky City, Acoma Pueblo, all her life.

Sandra states in her biography: "The way I learned was watching my grandmother (Lita L. Garcia) making her pottery. So I thought I would try. Pottery making was handed down from generation to generation. When I work with my pottery clay, it is something special to me. I can create new shapes of pottery and I imagine what designs I will use. It brings great pride to me and my family to see my artwork in galleries and in people's homes."  by Gregory Schaaf, "Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies"

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Diane Lewis Garcia



The piece at right is 1.25 inches deep by 4.5 inches wide. Your price $395 ~ Item #A393. Click here to see an enlargement.   Includes Shipping! SOLD




The parrot seedpot at left measures 3 inches wide by one inch deep~ a perfect piece. Your price $175 ~ Item #A487.  SOLD

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Diane Lewis Garcia (Tsi-Ku-rai-tsa, Morning Dew), is from the Acoma Pueblo Yellow Corn Clan. She has been an active potter since the mid-80s working with Mimbres Revival and traditional polychrome jars, bowls, seed pots, pitchers and miniatures. The Lewis family is very well-known as potters. Diane's work is famous for the detail and  the beautiful organically made colors. These are Acoma miniatures at their best. As illustrated by these whimsical seed pots, her favorite subjects are Mimbres animals, lizards, bugs, fish, Kokopelli, rain, lightening and clouds. She has a history of recognition for her work with over 13 awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market plus others at the Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup; the Heard Museum Show in Phoenix; and the Eight Northern Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show.

Diane's work is included in several major publications 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 "Southwest Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Hayes & Blom.

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