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Jemez Pueblo Pottery


Jemez Pueblo

Presenting both traditional and contemporary pottery by Jemez artists including Mary Small, Vangie Tafoya, Carol Loretto, Elston & Dena Yepa, Pauline Romero, Bertina Tosa, Geraldine Sandia, Alvina Yepa, Helen Tafoya Henderson, Bertha Gachupin, Marcella Yepa, Wilma Baca, Brenda Tafoya, Joyce Lucero, Maxine T. Yepa, Ben & Geraldine Toya, Laverne Loretto-Tosa, Betty Jean (B.J.) Fragua, Carol Gachupin, Mary Louise E. Teeyan, Dennis Daubs, Marcella Yepa, and Juanita Fragua.


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Marcella Yepa

This micaceous swirl pot by Marcella Yepa has beautiful shape and kiva step opening. It measures 6 inches tall by 6 inches wide. Your price $310 ~ Item #J303. Includes Shipping! NOW TAKE 40% OFF LISTED PRICE

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Marcella Yepa is of the Jemez Pueblo Sun Clan and has been an active potter since 1983 creating stone polished redware and tanware melon swirl pots, jars and wedding vases. She was taught the Jemez tradition of pottery by Felipita Yepa and her aunt, Alvina Yepa. She gathers natural clay, hand coils and sculpts her forms and fires her pottery outdoors with cedar chips. She is represented by galleries in Santa Fe, Albuquerque and in Utah and has been published Schaaf's "Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies", and "Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Allan Hayes &John Blom.


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Pauline Romero

At left is a new vase design and shape by Pauline that has tremendous appeal. She also uses the same design in her new wedding vases which have amazing grace and a simplicity that seems perhaps Asian in its origins. Beautifully done, this vase measures 10 inches tall by 5 inches wide. Your price $350 ~ Item #J198 Includes Shipping! NOW TAKE 40% OFF LISTED PRICE

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Pauline Romero has been an active potter since 1981 and works in polished redware and tanware swirl melon jars, vases and wedding vases. She gathers her own clay in the hill of Jemez Pueblo and stone polishes each piece.She was taught pottery by her mother and grandmother - Persingular R. Tosa and Lupe Romero.

Pauline (Anita) has won 1st and 2nd place awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market, the New Mexico State Fair, and the Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial. Pauline's work is included in Gregory Schaaf's "Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies", "Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Hayes and Blom; Berger & Schiffer's "Pueblo & Navajo Contemporary Pottery" and other publications.


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Georgia Vigil

Georgia Vigil

This piece is a fantastic pot with excellent sgraffito, and a beautiful redware stone polish - wonderful shape, a very high quality piece. It measures 6.75 inches tall by 6.5 inches wide. Your price $550 ~ Item #J239. Click here to see an enlargement.  Includes Shipping! NOW TAKE 40% OFF LISTED PRICE

Georgia Vigil is of the Coyote Clan and has been an active potter since 1984 working with stone polished redware jars and sgraffito redware and blackware. She was taught traditional pottery making by her grandmother, Reyes S. Toya. She has won many awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup.

Georgia's work has been published in Indian Market Magazine (1988); American Indian Art Magazine (1996); in Gregory Schaaf's "Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Artist Biographies".

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