The offerings shared below are just a small selection of what is available in our physical gallery shop. Contact Us.
Angelina Medina, Zia
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Helen D. Bird, Kewa (Santo Domingo)
Kimo DeCora, Isleta
Erma Kalestewa Homer
Les Namingha, Zuni-Tewa-Hopi
Honored master pueblo potter Les Namingha has brought together traditional and contemporary techniques, such as hand-building with Hopi clay and the use of gorgeous acrylic paints to create this collectible "Shalako" pottery jar. Circa 2015, this masterwork features four Shalako. An important religious katsina ceremony takes place once a year at Zuni Pueblo in which Shalako makes an appearance. A beloved messenger from the Rain Gods, Shalako stands ten feet tall.
Don't miss this rare showpiece by Les Namingha, an award-winning creative genius. It's currently featured in an August 2020 advertisement for Keshi, in the "Pasatiempo, Santa Fe New Mexican" publication.
Approximately 12 1/2" tall, 11" long and 11" deep jar. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Glendora Fragua, Jemez
Glendora Fragua's fabulous abstract and geometric pottery pays tribute to those that are unseen but surround us. The geometric and pueblo-inspired designs are hand painted in a precise and beautiful manner with natural mineral paint plus metallic paint accents. The natural clay piece is hand-coiled and has a tiny pin hole opening at the bottom. Glendora has also incorporated her identifying signature of a corn stalk incised in the bottom of the piece. Glendora is part of the Corn Clan at Jemez Pueblo. The egg shaped piece tapers towards the bottom and measures about 3" tall with a diameter of about 2" at the widest point.
Camille Bernal, Taos
Camille Bernal's refreshingly different, hand-carved and hand-painted natural clay pottery with mineral paints is inspired of the plants and blossoms that grow around her Taos Pueblo home.
Created in 2009, this natural shape was first hand built then carved to bring the wild flowers to the surface. Camille sources her mineral paints from the local landscapes. The red paint nicely accents the soft blue which is a rare pigment from the Laguna Pueblo area. The traditional white paint takes many applications with enough drying time between layers, to saturate. She painted the entire inside of this work with this precious white paint.
This gorgeous piece stands about 8" tall with the free form oblong shape measuring about 10 1/2" long by 8" wide, signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Denise Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Kimo DeCora's Hummingbird bowl is hand-formed of natural clay, and hand-painted with natural mineral paints. Kimo painted these speedy birds in different stages of flight and surrounded them with pueblo inspired designs. A delicious flower graces the center. More of a shallow dish shape it is about 3" in diameter and 1/2" tall, signed by the artist.
Kimo DeCora's Frog bowl is hand-formed of natural clay, and hand-painted with natural mineral paints. Kimo painted this leaping amphibian decorated with wonderful zig zag lines, he then surrounded it with pueblo inspired designs. This bowl has a tremendous feeling of high energy. More of a shallow dish shape it is about 2 7/8" in diameter and 1/2" tall, signed by the artist.
Annette Romero, San Ildefonso-Cochiti
Bowls like this are used in Zuni to hold sacred cornmeal to be used in ceremonies and blessings. Darla Westika made this one with a carrying handle. Hand built using the coil technique Darla used natural mineral pigments to paint Dragonfly and Zuni rain bird designs, both symbols of water. The stepped shape of the bowl represents rain giving clouds. About 5 1/4" tall and 7 1/2" wide. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Kimo DeCora's Dragonfly bowl is hand-formed of natural clay, and hand-painted with natural mineral paints. We love the detail of the compound eyes. Kimo painted a background to suggest this messenger is resting on the water, he then surrounded it with pueblo inspired designs. More of a shallow dish shape it is about 2 7/8" in diameter and 1/2" tall, signed by the artist.
Rachel Concho, Acoma
Rachel Concho's traditional pottery is all hand-formed using natural clay and precisely hand-painted with natural clay pigment paint. It measures about 3" tall and 4 1/2" in diameter, and is a feast for the eyes. This traditional jar is signed by the artist.