Spreading Their Wings

December 7, 2017By ellenfShows

Spreading Their Wings: New Works by Gallery Artists December 15 from 4pm-6pm This is a show celebrating winter new works by our award winning painters, potters, Zuni fethish carver, and traditional Hopi katsina doll carver. The same exceptional historic and contemporary pueblo pottery just at a new gallery space that is all our own.

Black: Then & Now

August 1, 2016By adminShows

Pueblo Pottery Blackware 1880s – 2016 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 … Read More

Dough, Chile & Stew: Pueblo Bowls 1880-present

July 31, 2015By adminShows

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL THE BOWLS IN THE SHOW Pueblo potters have been creating pottery for home use on New Mexico’s pueblos for perhaps 1000 years. The forms of these potteries have varied with the needs and customs of the times. There have been jars (for seeds, water, storage), cups, ladles, figures; and tourist … Read More

Dominique Toya

July 10, 2015By adminShows

Dominique Toya A Pottery Demonstration by Dominique Toya Master potter Dominique Toya of Jemez Pueblo says: I am a traditional potter with contemporary designs and techniques. By traditional I mean we gather our own clay and temper and we clean them and mix them and fire outdoors with cedar wood. Such a humble statement from … Read More

Jordan Roller

June 26, 2015By adminShows

Click here to view the work. I have happily had a long association with the Tafoya family, beginning with featuring the pottery of Margaret Tafoya (Jordan’s great-grandmother) and Seferina Tafoya (great great grandmother) in my gallery. Later Jordan’s grandmother, multiple award winning potter Toni Roller, often helped me identify old unsigned family pottery. And Jordan’s … Read More

WhistleStop

December 1, 2014By adminShows

Click Here to View the Pieces in the Show You can navigate through with the next and previous links at the bottom of each page and return to the List View at any time by clicking the “WhistleStop” category in the right sidebar. If you’ve followed my pueblo pottery career at all, you know that … Read More

Attributed

August 1, 2014By adminShows

Click Here to View the Pieces in the Show You can navigate through with the next and previous links at the bottom of each page and return to the List View at any time by clicking the “Attributed” category in the right sidebar. Videos for many pieces will be posted shortly or you can view … Read More

Used: A Celebration of Pueblo Home Use 1870s-1890s

August 1, 2014By adminShows

Introduction (Summer 2013) All of the pottery in Used exhibit evidence of ethnographic wear (pueblo home use). Rather than the unblemished, pristine pieces they once were, and that are conventionally regarded as beautiful, their beauty arises from use–the surface and paint have darkened from cooking and touching; jars and bowls show weak spots that have … Read More

From Aunt Mary… Tewa Then & Now

December 3, 2012By adminShows

Click Here to View the Pieces in the Show You can navigate through with the next and previous links at the bottom of each page and return to the List View at any time by clicking the “From Aunt Mary” category in the right sidebar. December 7, 2012 – February 28, 2013 | INTRODUCTION Early … Read More