Leland Robert Vallo
The pot at left depicts a bear, tularosa swirl, and a corrugated top. It measures 3.5 inches tall by 4 inches wide.
Item #A105 ~ Your price $110 (Includes Shipping!)
Leland Robert Vallo “Pinion Mesa”, was born in 1969 at Acoma Pueblo. He began making pottery in the 1990s and was inspired by many famous artists, such as Dorothy Torivio, to create pottery in the traditional way. He specializes in hand coiled and painted Tularosa Revival Swirl pottery with extremely detailed designs and Mimbres. His creative energy is boundless and he constantly experiments with new compositions of ancient designs. When you meet Robert his enthusiasm for the work shines bright on his face and eyes – it’s obvious that he is a truly inspired creative artist. Robert has won numerous first and second awards over several years at the annual New Mexico State Fair and is profiled in”Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni” by Hayes and Blom as well as Gregory Schaaf’s “Southwest Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Biographies”. His work is still surprisingly affordable.
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