• Clay Deer and Ram Figures

    CORDERO, DAMACIA – CLAY DEER AND RAM FIGURES

    $1,500.00 Add to cart
  • CORDERO, HELEN – STORYTELLER

    CORDERO, HELEN – STORYTELLER

    $7,500.00 Add to cart
  • Gutierrez, Lois and Dereck de la Cruz

    $1,800.00

    W 10 X H 9 1/2

    1976 double award-winning Jar. First place in 1978 Santa Monica Indian Ceremonial and Second place at the ENIPC artist and craft show 1976 Santa Clara Pueblo.

    Some of the more interesting pottery come from Lois and Derek today. While they make mostly polychrome jars they usually depict the various aspects of the traditional pueblo lifestyle. Lois Gutierrez is the one who does the painting on the pottery while Derek fires the pottery. By using multiple colors, Lois paints the Pueblos, Dances, Scene of life, and on occasion wildlife. Back in 1984 Losi and Derek both won the Best Of Show award during Santa Fe Indian Market. While Lois is the granddaughter of Santa Clara potter Petra Gutierrez and the sister of Goldenrod (Gloria Garcia), Minnie Vigil and Thelma Talachy. Derek is not Native American but Hispanic.

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    Martinez, Maria + Santana Gunmetal Jar With Designs

    W 6 3/4  X H 6 1/2

    Still today Maria is known for her classic designs. Created around the late 1950’s, this jar features a high gunmetal polish which is mainly achieved during the firing prosses. The designs on this jar are painted by her daughter in law, Santana who is the wife of Adam Martinez, Maria’s son. Santana is credited with the painting prosses. The painted designs feature the feather pattern as well as the rain clouds. 

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  • Qöyawayma, Al – Hopi Long Hair Kachina Vase

    $9,500.00

    W 12 X H 8 1/2

    Al Qöyawayma is the Nephew of renowned Hopi potter Elizabeth White. He is considered the first contemporary potter from Hopi. Al took the idea from Elizebeth to higher levels and innovated with three dementinal architecture designs in such miniature scale. This vase is a fine example of Al’s ability to combine a Long Hair Kachina with the Hopi Kiva which represents two important symbols.

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  • Qöyawayma, Al – Hopi Vase With Stylized Kachina

    $9,500.00

    W 12 1/2  X H 8 1/2

    Al Qöyawayma is the Nephew of renowned Hopi potter Elizabeth White. He is considered the first contemporary potter from Hopi. Al took the idea from Elizebeth to higher levels and innovated with three-dimensional architecture designs in such miniature scale.

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  • Sanchez, Russell – Scrifitto Jar with Bear Lid

    $5,500.00

    W 10 X H 9 1/2

    Today Russel has continued to be one of the Pueblo pottery innovators by building each coil to perfection. Russell uses a stone polish and scrifitto technique. This particular jars design is Red-Mica and then scrifitto etched to achieve the contrast between the polish and texture. The polished clay brings out the design of the Avanyu Water Serpent. The water Serpent is a Tewa deity, which is the guardian of water with curves suggestive of flowing water or the zig-zag of lightning. The eye of the water Serpent is a high-grade turquoise. The top of the jar lid which is a Bear design is the polished clay with mica. The bottom this jar is signed in clay.

     

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  • Swentzell, Roxanne – Clay Casino Figure

    $18,000.00 Add to cart