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Jaycee Nahohai's parents are renowned potters Randy Nahohai (d) and Rowena Him. He's the eldest of their four sons, growing up at Zuni totally submersed in traditional pottery making. In high school, he studied pottery with Zuni teacher Gabriel Paloma. Later he attended Arizona State University's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences in Tempe. In 2005, he won a Heard Museum blue ribbon for his pottery. His ongoing pottery works are highly sought after and incredibly gorgeous.
Elegantly hand-formed and hand-painted, of natural clay and mineral slips, plus a touch of reflective and golden micaceous paint, is Jaycee's Frog pendant. It's suspended from a length of black cotton cord accompanied by several handmade clay beads. Amazing webbed feet are seen on the underside of this fabulous amphibian pendant, that itself is about 2 1/2" long without the beads, and is 1 1/2" wide.
Jaycee Nahohai comes from the esteemed Nahohai family of Zuni artists. His father was Randy Nahohai (d), an extraordinary and influential pueblo potter.
Inspired of anthropomorphic creatures seen on petroglyphs, Jaycee's hand-formed and hand-painted, natural clay and mineral paints, pendant necklace is fabulous. The clay pendant shows two wonderful creatures with a sun beaming in the background. The layered way Jaycee painted this pendant makes it so wonderful and dimensional. The clay pendant itself is about 3" long including the three white clay beads, and is 2" wide. Signed by the artist. It's strung on a length of waxed black cotton cord.