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Avelia & Anderson Jamie Peynetsa
is backordered. We will ship it separately when it becomes available.
Carlos Laate & Roxanne Seoutewa
The traditional 'Deer in house' motif decorates this charming pottery and repeats with an intricate rosette design. Created by the talented hands of Carlos Laate and Roxanne Seoutewa, this beautiful pottery would make a significant contribution to any ceramic collection. The traditional olla jar is scaled down to about palm size, measuring about 3 1/2" tall, 3 3/4" wide by 3 3/4" in diameter. Made from natural clay and mineral pigments, traditionally sourced and is signed by the artists.
Denise Eustace, Cochiti-Zuni
Alan E. Lasiloo
Agnes Peynetsa's all hand-coiled and hand-painted, with natural clay and mineral paints, pottery bowl features creatures like tadpoles, a Frog in three dimension, perhaps a horned Lizard or an anthropomorphic creature, and Dragonfly.
A bowl such as this is used to hold ceremonial cornmeal in a Zuni home. It is known by other names, such as cloud bowl, cornmeal bowl and prayer bowl. The twisted clay handle is fabulous. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply. About 6 1/4" tall, 6 1/2" wide and 5 3/4" deep.
Life-giving water is represented in this approximate 5 1/2" tall, 8 1/2" wide and 9" deep pottery bowl. Perfectly imperfect, it is all hand-coiled with natural clay and hand-painted with mineral paints by renowned Zuni potter Carlos Laate with the help of his jeweler wife Roxanne Seoutewa.
Water creatures abound, such as squirmy tadpoles that swim freely with Frog companions. Inside this wonderful bowl, Kolowisi who represents the Guardian of the waterways, moves to and fro. Signed by the artist. Extra shipping charges may apply.
Brion Hattie, Jr.
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.
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 rainbird 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.