Sandra M. Victorino
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A very classy vase polychrome of finest detail by Sandra. It measures 4.5 inches tall by 4.25 inches wide.
Item #A450 ~ Your price $295 ~ SOLD
Sandra M. Victorino is one of today’s most highly collected 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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