Our inventory is organized by form rather than by pueblo to emphasize the diverse beauty of the forms created by the pueblo pottery artists.

In the Gallery


Black: Then & Now


This show explores generations of exceptional pueblo black pottery from the time of the 1880s utilitarian ware to the first train station curios up to the brilliance of today’s potters.

Several years ago I produced a show and book called Black: Minimalism and Beauty in Historic Tewa pottery. Apparently, I didn’t get it out of my system because this show also features historic Tewa pottery, however, this time I have included black pottery by some exceptional mid-century potters as well as great work being done today by Russell Sanchez, Dominique Toya and Chris Youngblood. I am fortunate to also have a stunning and classic example of Nancy Youngblood’s work from 2005.

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New Additions

  • Jemez Yin/Yang Red Miniature by Dominique Toya $600
  • Santa Clara Red Deeply Carved Straight Rib Miniature by Chris Youngblood $2400
  • Jemez Polished Black Tewa Form Vase by Dominique Toya $600
  • Santa Clara Bear Paw Jar attributed to Sarafina Tafoya c. 1930 $2650
  • San Ildefonso Black Lidded Jar with Twisted Neck by Russell Sanchez $6800
  • Santa Clara Red Box with Swirls and Sun Medallion by Chris Youngblood $
  • Santa Clara Koi Plate by Chris Youngblood $
  • San Ildefonso Mini Avanyu Jar with Twisted Neck by Russell Sanchez $1650
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