Santa Clara Pottery / San Ildefonso Pottery

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Santa Clara / San Ildefonso Pueblo

Pueblo Pottery Maine presents both traditional and contemporary pottery by Santa Clara and San Ildefonso artists including Mary Cain, Mida Tafoya, Tina Diaz, Sammy Naranjo, Stella Chavarria, Victor and Naomi Eckleberry, Bernice Naranjo, Barbara Martinez, Martin Moquino, Corn Moquino, Denise Chavarria, Forrest Naranjo, Ron Suazo, Dusty Naranjo, Eric Sunbird Fender, Lois Gutierrez, Alice Martinez, Sharon Naranjo Garcia, Martha Appleleaf, Madeline & Adrian Naranjo, Linda Cain, Marilyn Martinez, Glenda Naranjo, Eugene Gutierrez, Gwen Tafoya, Goldenrod, Anna Archuleta, Ethel Vigil, Chris Martinez, Sherry Tafoya and Kevin Naranjo.

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Rose Lewis

Rose Lewis

This beautiful blackware pot with avanyu motif measures 4.25 by 4.5 inches. SOLD





Rose M. Lewis is an accomplished potter from Santa Clara Pueblo who has been creating beautiful carved blackware jars, vases, and bowls since the 80s. She is the daughter of Olaria Sisneros and sister of Jerry Sisneros. She sometime collaborates with her husband, Travis Lewis. Rose Mary’s work has been included in Gregory Schaaf's "Pueblo Indian Pottery: 750 Artist Biographies", the Eight Northern Pueblos Official Visitors Guide, and other publications as well as exhibited at the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Eight Northern Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show.

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Stella Chavarria

Stella ChavarriaThis blackware vase is classic Stella Chavarria and measures 4 inches tall by 4.5 inches wide with sharp carving, avanyu motif and wonderful polish. Your price $250 ~ Item #SC405Includes Shipping! SOLD

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by Chuck HallStella Chavarria - These pots were created by one of Santa Clara's most respected artists. Hand coiled and sharply incised these pots reflect Stella Chavarria's years of dedication and experience which began in 1955. Stella's work is in every major book published; has been in dozens of exhibitions going back to the 70s and is featured in all the major collections in including the Heard Museum.

Of course she has also won numerous awards for her work. Stella has exhibited her pottery and won awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market, Seven Families in Pueblo Pottery at the Maxwell Museum, Trail of Tears Gallery in Atlanta, McGee's' Indian Den in Scottsdale, and The Graphic Image in Milburn, New Jersey. Her work exhibits with Maria & Popovi, Blue Corn, Joseph Lonewolf and others. These pots are absolutely beautiful and we're proud to offer them.

Stella's work is included in Gregory Schaaf's Pueblo Indian Pottery: 750 Artist Biographies; Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery by Dillingham; and Lillian Peaster's Pueblo Pottery Families just to name a few.

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Vickie Tafoya Santa Clara wedding vase

Vickie Martinez Tafoya

At right is a rare, large redware wedding vase by Vickie. It measures 9.75 inches tall by 6.25 inches wide. This vase is not water resistant and will sustain substantial damage if exposed to liquids. Your price $695 ~ Item #WV921. Includes free Shipping! Click here to see an enlargement. NOW TAKE 50% OFF LISTED PRICE

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