Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Decorating Pottery Art Print by an unknown artist. Product size approximately 18 x 24 inches. Find more wall art and home furnishings at Art.com - your source for high quality posters, canvas prints, and wall art.
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Madeline Naranjo Tafoya signed Indian Santa Clara Pueblo art pottery vase. It is 3 3/4 inches tall and 5 inches wide. Triangular vase is in perfect condition. No chip or crack.
Santa Clara Pueblo Native American Indian Pottery Vase Attractive and vintage Santa Clara black ware vase. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Vase is 2 1/2" tall and 3 1/2" tall. Santa Clara potters are known for their wonderful carved red ware and black ware pottery.
page or contact us at 1 -505 -922 -8578 . Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery Black pottery from the Santa Clara Pueblo is among the most well-known in the entire world. Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo is arguably the most well known Potter ever to live. She became famous for the black pottery tradition that is now carried on by artists of the Santa Clara Pueblo. Santa Clara Pueblo pottery has become the most collectible Native American pottery. This incredible art form begins with natural red clays
Santa Clara Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery by Erik Fender Erik Fender, Than Tsideh “Sunbird”, was born in 1970 into the San Ildefonso Pueblo. He specializes in traditional and contemporary blackware pottery. He started the art of pottery making by watching his grandmother, Carmelita Dunlap, as she would hand coil and hand paint her traditional black -on-black pottery. As he grew older, he started to experiment more with various techniques and clays. His style progressed from the traditional black-on-black
Pair of handmade polished blackware pottery from the Santa Clara Pueblo in New Mexico. Dating to the 1940s, this type of pottery was perfected by Maria Martinez of the neighboring San Ildefonso Pueblo.
Santa Clara Hand Coiled Pottery by Johnathan Naranjo Johnathan Naranjo is an incredibly talented young artist. He is the son of Caroline Elliot and the grandson of Bernice Naranjo. His pieces blend elements of his Santa Clara and Navajo heritage, but he also enjoys etching more contemporary designs from time to time. This piece is covered in detailed koshare designs. Signed by the artist. 3 7/8" Tall , 2 3/4" Wide Suggested Retail $480.00 / Your Price: $360.00 Backed by Our 4santaclara9 Santa Clara Pueblo
Pottery Santa Clara Pueblo Christina Naranjo $800 .00 Detailed Description Specifications Christina Naranjo is the artist of this black carved wedding vase. This measures 8"H x 7"W x 4"D. Purchased from a private collection. Thanks for looking! PSCPCN4
Santa Clara Hand Coiled Pottery by Sunday Chavarria This is a traditional Santa Clara piece. It was hand coiled and carved with a deep traditional design. The artist then added a stone polish finish. This piece is signed. 3" Tall , 3" Wide 2santaclara10 Santa Clara Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery by Vickie Martinez Stone polished and hand coiled black-ware pottery carved with a traditional Ananyu water serpent design. Signed by the artist. 4" Tall, 5 1/8" Wide Suggested Retail $280.00 / Your Price: $210.00
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Santa Clara Pottery Black Ware Large Vase Tall and impressive Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery black ware vase. Great color and design. EXCELLENT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with S Clara and Dolorita. Vase is 9 1/2" tall and 7 1/2" tall. Santa Clara potters are known for their wonderful carved red ware and black ware pottery.
Pottery Santa Clara Vickie Martinez Detailed Description Specifications Vickie Martinez is the artist of this Santa Clara Pueblo black pot with carved feather pattern and avanyu design. This measures 7 1/4"H x 5 1/2"W. PSCVM4
Pottery Santa Clara Black Carved Turtle Mary Singer Detailed Description Specifications Mary Singer is the artist of this small black carved turtle from Santa Clara Pueblo. This measures 1 3/4"H x 2"W x 4"L. PSCBCTMS1
PUEBLO POTTERY #7700 ARTIST: WELL KNOWN SANTA CLARA PUEBLO POTTERS DOROTHY AND PAUL GUTIERREZ MEDIUM: HAND COILED CLAY/ TRADITIONAL FIRING SIZE: APPROX. 4" L x 2" H LOUNGING CLOWN IS AN ADORABLE COLLECTIBLE BY LEGENDARY POTTERS!
Pottery Santa Clara Black Carved Turtle Mary Singer $995 .00 Detailed Description Specifications Mary Singer is the artist of this large black carved turtle from Santa Clara Pueblo. This measures 3 3/8"H x 4 1/2"W x 8"L. PSCBCTMS2
Pottery Santa Clara Lu Ann Tafoya $9 ,800 .00 Detailed Description Specifications Santa Clara Red Carved Pottery by Lu Ann Tafoya. Pot measures 12"W x 14 3/4 "H. Lu Ann Tafoya is the daughter of the famed ,deceased Margaret Tafoya of Santa Clara Pueblo. PSC4
Pottery Bowl by Teresita Naranjo (Santa Clara) Deeply incised red ware bowl by Teresita Naranjo (Santa Clara) Teresita Naranjo was born Teresita Tafoya in 1919 at Santa Clara Pueblo in New Mexico. Her grandmother was the noted potter Sara Fina Tafoya. Teresita learned traditional pottery techniques from her grandmother and her mother, Christina Naranjo. She lived at Santa Clara all her life, where she raised 4 children on her own after her husband Joe's untimely death in 1950 by making and selling her
page or contact us at 1 -505 -922 -8578 . Pueblo Gallery This section comprises all of our museum quality pieces from the various pueblos. Items in this area will showcase true collector quality pieces from top artists from Acoma, Jemez, Hopi, Santa Clara, Mata Ortiz, Zuni, Santo Domingo and more. Gallery Pottery Page Hopi Hand Coiled Pottery by Karen Abeita Karen Lynne Abeita-Daw was born in 1960 and is of Tewa and Isleta heritage. She is a member of the Parrto Clan and has been active making pottery
Santa Clara Pottery - Gwen Tafoya SAN017 Description Santa Clara Red and Black Water Serpent Pot Artist: Gwen Tafoya Size: 4 1/4" Tall x 5 1/2" Wide G wen Tafoya was born in 1965 into the Santa Clara Pueblo-Tewa. She began experimenting with pottery making at the age of 6. She started out hand coiling small bowls and pots, using traditional methods. Gwen began making larger pieces of pottery by the time she reached the age of 16, and eventually would etch on the pottery steadily. Gwen was inspired to
PUEBLO INDIAN POTTERY. Nice, France. 1933. 22pp. plus fifty photo-lithographic plates, colored by hand, on separate sheets. Folio. Text stitched and plates unbound as issued, contained within original publisher's cloth portfolio, upper cover with mounted plate and ties. Slight wear to extremities. Original tissue guards intact. Titles and first pages of introductions printed in red and black, half-titles, parallel text in English and French. Very good. Limited edition of 750 copies signed by the publisher.
Black Swirl Pottery Vase by Linda Tafoya (Santa Clara) Black Swirl Pottery Vase by Linda Tafoya (Santa Clara) Linda Tafoya Oyenque was born in 1962 and has been making pottery since 1972. She is the grand daughter of famed potter Margaret Tafoya and was taught by her parents, Lee and Betty Tafoya, and her Aunt Mary Esther Archuleta, who married into San Juan Pueblo, and whose designs influence Linda. She is known for her carved black and red-ware on which she sometimes includes micaceous slips. This vase
This fabulous piece of pottery is deeply etched and highly polished! It is 6 " high by 6 " in diameter. It is signed on the bottom "Mary Santa Clara Pueblo". Although at this time, I am unable to verify her last name, it appears to be a major potter due to the skill used in etching and polishing. The Santa Clara pueblo is world renowned for the beautiful clay which is used and fired to the deep black color which this piece typifies.
This signed Santa Clara Pueblo blackware pottery bowl has a polished and matte outer surface a black matte interior. Etched in the base of the bowl is the artist's name (surname is Baca). This bowl measures 2 1/2" high, @ 4 1/2" wide at its widest, has a top diameter of 3 1/2" and a bottom diameter of 2 1/2". The wall of the bowl is @ 3/16" thick. This bowl seems to have a soft hand to it...the outside feels "velvety".