Micaceous Pottery

Micaceous Clay Pottery

Featuring work by Taos Pueblo/Southern Ute master potter Karen Cordova; Myrtle Cata of San Felipe and San Juan Pueblos; Marcella and Emma Yepa of Jemez Pueblo; Phogeh Povi of San Juan Pueblo; Jennifer Tse-Pe of San Ildefonso Pueblo; Glen Gomes of Taos and Pojoaque Pueblos; Allen Lasiloo of Zuni Pueblo; George Gonzales of Taos Pueblo, and Ignacia Duran of Tesuque Pueblo.

We believe that micaceous pottery offers the greatest potential for increased popularity and collecting by those who appreciate Native American pottery. To learn more about the wonderful work being done by potters working with micaceous clay read "All That Glitters" by Duane Anderson or contact the Indian Arts Research Center. To read an excerpt from Duane Anderson's book, click here.


Myrtle Cata
San Filipe/
Ohkay Owingeh

George Gonzalas
Taos Pueblo

Juanita Suazo DuBray

Juanita Suazo DuBray
Taos Pueblo

Marcella Yepa
Jemez Pueblo
SOLD

Mark Wayne Garcia

Mark Wayne Garcia
Santo Domingo

Marcella Yepa
Jemez Pueblo
SOLD

Myrtle Cata
San Filipe/
Ohkay Owingeh

Myrtle Cata
San Filipe/
Ohkay Owingeh



"I knew the George Gonzales olla was a large piece, but I didn't realize how large until I saw it.  It is an outstanding example of micaceous work, and would have gone for many times your price if bought out West. Thanks for your help."
G.W.
~ Atoka, Tennessee

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