Pottery Maine presents traditional and contemporary pottery by
artists from Zia Pueblo including Lois
and Sofia Medina. Elizabeth Toya Medina, Ruby Panana, Eleanor
Pino-Griego, Marcellus Medina, Kimberly Toribio, Marcella Medina
and Irene Herrera.
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Panana is an accomplished potter from Zia
Pueblo celebrating over 20 years as a potter. During that time
she has won awards at the New Mexico State Fair, Santa Fe Indian
Market, Heard Museum Guild Market, and the Eight Northern Indian
Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show. (Photo
by Pueblo Pottery Maine at the 2007 Santa Fe Indian Market)
The pot at right, top, is one of
Ruby's finest pieces. The detail, shape, color - all highest quality.
A superb example of Zia pottery at its best. This olla measure
11 inches tall by 10.5 inches wide. Your
price $1200 ~ Item #Z302. Shipping
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piece at left is a Zia polychrome beauty with perfect shape, deep
colors and wonderfully creative and whimsical graphics. Ruby really
let her creativity take over when she created this piece using
a parrot rather than the running bird. We feel it represents a
great effort and a result to be treasured. This pot measures an
impressive 10.25 inches tall by 9 inches wide.Your
price $720 ~ Item #Z351Includes
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work is in many major collections (including the Wright Museum
at Harvard) and exhibited at the best galleries in the Southwest
the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Indian Craft Shop, U.S.
Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C.
was taught by her mother, well-known potter Seferina Bell. Gregory
Schaaf states in his book Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist
Biographies. Dr. Schaaf states that "Ruby is known for creating
some of the largest classic polychrome ollas, in the tradition
of Trinidad Medina and Sophia Medina".
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