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Judy Lewis

 

At left is a Judy Lewis storyteller with three children measuring 3.5 inches tall - really like the rabbit on her foot. Your price $295 ~ Item #ST368. Please click here to see an enlargement. Includes Shipping!

 

 

 

The singing mother storyteller at right measures 5.5 inches tall, perfectly sculpted with tiny butterflies, bird and pussycat - all wonderfully detailed. All of Judy's pieces are joyful and provide a feeling of being in perfect harmony with nature. Your price $265 ~ Item #ST439. Includes Shipping!

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Judy Lewis of Acoma Pueblo creates the most wonderful and charming storytellers - hand sculpted, hand painted - incredible detail and facial expressions on mother and children plus bluebirds, butterflies, cats, dogs, ladybugs, different hairstyles and headbands. These are clearly and intentionally created with individual characters by an artist who truly loves her work. This is why her storytellers are so highly valued and collected.

Judy has won 1st and 2nd place awards over the last 12 years at the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show. Her work is carried at the Indian Craft Shop, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C. and other galleries throughout the West. Her work has been published in Berger & Schiffer's "Pueblo & Navajo Contemporary Pottery" and Gregory Schaaf's "Southern Pueblo Pottery". Judy Lewis storytellers are highly collected and not that easy to come by. A great addition to your collection and a good value.


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Linda Jo'Povi Askan

This is a very fine, uniquely creative piece by Linda Jo'Povi Askan with deep polish and holding a highly polished pot which is not attached to the main figure. This piece measures 4.25 inches tall by 4 inches wide and 4.5 inches deep. Your price $410 ~ Item #ST334. Includes Shipping!

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Linda Jo'Povi Askan (Cactus Flower) is of Santa Clara and Navajo lineage and has worked since 1984 with black-on-black, carved blackware and redware jars, bowls, wedding vases, storytellers, nativities and animal figures. She is in her mid-50s and a resident of Santa Clara Pueblo where her mother, the late Marie Askan, was born. Linda graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts. She worked for several years as a Respiratory Therapy Technician before undertaking her pottery work full-time. Her work is included in "Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies" by Dr. Gregory Schaaf.


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Tony Dallas


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mudhead with one child that measures 3 inches tall - great color and detail as with all his work. Your price $220 - Item #ST336 Includes Shipping!

 

 

 

 

 

 

This piece at left is a mudhead tumbler in white measuring 3 inches tall and four inches at the base. Your price $120 ~ Item #ST459. Includes Shipping!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This piece at right is a koshari tumbler in tradition stripes measuring 3 inches tall and four inches at the base. Your price $120 ~ Item #ST459. Includes Shipping!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At left is an outright irresistible Koshare (clown) feasting on watermelon. Beautiful, detail, vibrant colors - nobody creates pieces like this except for Tony Dallas. This guy measures 6.5 inches tall and has a 3.5 inch base. Your price $295 ~ Item #ST448. Includes Shipping!

 

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Tony Dallas is of Hopi/Pima heritage and married into Cochiti Pueblo where he has been actively working clay since 1982 creating Mudheads and Clown Storytellers. Tony is the son of Patrick and Marietta Dallas but was taught to work with clay by his mother-in-law Lucy Suina, cousin of Cochiti Pueblo's most famous storyteller creator, Helen Cordero. His work is included in Dr. Gregory Schaaf's book “Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies”.


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Juanita Yepa

We met Juanita as she was packing up her work at the Governor's Palace in Santa Fe. This piece really impressed us with its size and complex assortment of children and baskets. There is a touch of poster paint (the green and blue) and some clear acrylic on the hair to give it a deeper black color. It's a wonderful piece measuring 11 inches tall and 9 inches wide with 9 children. Your cost $495 ~ Item #ST344 Click here to see an enlargement. Includes Shipping!

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Juanita Yepa is from Jemez Pueblo and we do not have a bio from her.

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