The Matriarchs: Pottery by American Indian Women
One of the most enduring traditions in American Indian life is pottery, which plays a central role in tribal rituals and ceremonies. Made primarily by women. these objects reflect both their person…
Kewa (Santo Domingo) Pottery Olla, Bird to Man Transformation Design circa 1890 - Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery | Historic & Contemporary Fine Pueblo Pottery
I have a close personal connection to this stunning old Kewa (Santo Domingo) pottery olla (water jar). It is, if memory serves, the second historic jar that I ever bought, having purchased it in the early 1990’s from Al Anthony at Adobe Gallery, then in Albuquerque. I enjoyed it at home for many years, then […]
Pottery by American Indian Women by Susan Peterson | Abbeville Press
This book provides a very personal look at three generations of American Indian women who made--and are still making--the 20th century's most beautiful and important traditional pottery.
Native American Antiques Historic Pueblo Pottery Steve Elmore Indian Art
Native American Antiques, historic pueblo pottery, kachinas, Indian baskets, old pawn jewelry, Navajo weavings and textiles, other Tribal art and Contemporary Paintings by Steve Elmore all at Steve Elmore Indian Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Gallery and online catalog of Antique American Indian art and artifacts and contemporary Traditional Native American art featuring Navajo rugs, Indian baskets, pueblo pottery, Hopi kachinas, jewelry, Zuni fetishes, beadwork, Northwest Coast art and more. Gallery established 1969.