The offerings shared below are just a small selection of what is available in our physical gallery shop. Contact Us.
Erma Kalestewa Homer
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Annette Romero, San Ildefonso-Cochiti
Kimo DeCora, Isleta
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.
Glendora Fragua, Jemez
Rachel Concho, Acoma
Angelina Medina, Zia
Angelina Medina's gorgeous "Being With Relatives" pottery plate is all hand-made of natural clay and hand-painted with colorful natural and acrylic paints. It's about 11" long, 7 3/8" wide and 1 1/4" tall, and is signed by the artist. We see a pueblo maiden surrounded by her Butterfly "relative", with one wing presented in three-dimensions. We also see many lovely flowers, with some also in three-dimensions, and a fabulous pueblo-inspired design above the maiden's head. 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.
Alan E. Lasiloo
Alan E. Lasiloo's extraordinary all hand-formed of natural clay from Zuni land, and hand-painted with natural paints, including micaceous paint, rainbird pottery bowl is about 8 1/2" in diameter and 2 7/8" tall, signed by the artist. He uses a unique, carbon fat trap technique to create the gorgeous and subtle coloration on his pieces. Extra shipping charges may apply.
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.
Denise Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
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.