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Jemez Pueblo Pottery Nativity Scene


by Linda Fragua


Linda Lucero Fragua lives in Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico. Linda was born into the Lucero family, daughter to Joe and Rebecca, another famous potting family of Jemez, before she married into the renowned Fragua family. The exceptionally beautiful storytellers and babies with their expressive eyes and precious animated faces are easily identified as Linda's work. Linda's work can be seen in Pueblo and Navajo Contemporary Pottery by Guy Berger and Nancy Schiffer.

 

Back wall is 6 1/4" Tall, 8 3/4" Wide.


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Jemez Pueblo Pottery Storyteller "Flight To Egypt"


by Mary Lucero


Mary Lucero is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1948. Mary was inspired to learn the art of working with clay by her Grandmother, Magnita Lucero. Magnita introduced Mary to the hills that provided the best clay. Then, Mary gathers other natural pigments from the sacred grounds within the Jemez pueblo. Magnita taught Mary how to mix, shape, paint, and fire pottery the traditional way, outdoors. She began hand coiling her pottery at the age of 14, when she would watch her grandmother make her pottery the traditional way.

 

Mary specializes in the handmade pueblo styled storytellers, but does not limit her abilities. She also makes animals, nativity’s and other clay sculptures. Mary uses natural colors to paint her pottery. Mary signs her pottery as: Mary Lucero, Jemez, N.M. Mary is related to the following artists: Carol Gachupin (sister), Mary I. Lucero (cousin), Diane Lucero, and Joyce Lucero (daughters).


5 1/2" Tall , 4 1/2" Wide


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Jemez Pueblo Storyteller Angel


by Chrislyn Fragua


Chrislyn Fragua is a Native American potter from the reservation of Jemez Pueblo. She has been making pottery, storytellers and other figures since the age of twelve. Her mother Linda Lucero-Fragua took the time to teach her how to make pottery and taught her to get the clay from the hills of Jemez. She is now passing the skills on to her daughter, Anissa Tsosie.


The clays and paint the Jemez potters use come from the surrounding areas of Jemez Pueblo so everything they use in the process of making the pottery is natural. Her favorite part of making pottery is doing the formation. Once she starts working with the clay she doesn't know what she will be forming and she usually gets different ideas. She has won a couple of ribbons from the Eight Northern Art Shows and plans to accomplish more in the near future.


5 1/2" Tall, 3 1/4" Wide


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Jemez Pueblo Pottery Angel


by Angel and Ralph Bailon


Angel is originally from the Jemez Pueblo, but married into the Santo Domingo, where here husband, Ralph, is from. She has been making pottery since 1979. She was taught by her mother, Marie Coriz, and specializes in storytellers, nativity sets, and necklaces. She signs each piece A & R Bailon.


8 3/8" Tall, 3 1/4" Wide


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Jemez Pueblo Nativity Set


by Chrislyn Fragua


Chrislyn Fragua is a Native American potter from the reservation of Jemez Pueblo. She has been making pottery, storytellers and other figures since the age of twelve. Her mother Linda Lucero-Fragua took the time to teach her how to make pottery and taught her to get the clay from the hills of Jemez. She is now passing the skills on to her daughter, Anissa Tsosie.


The clays and paint the Jemez potters use come from the surrounding areas of Jemez Pueblo so everything they use in the process of making the pottery is natural. Her favorite part of making pottery is doing the formation. Once she starts working with the clay she doesn't know what she will be forming and she usually gets different ideas. She has won a couple of ribbons from the Eight Northern Art Shows and plans to accomplish more in the near future.


Tallest piece is 5 7/8" tall.


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Jemez Pueblo Storyteller Santa


by Diane Lucero


Diane is the daughter of Jemez pueblo artist Mary Lucero. She uses the same bright colors and whimsical expressions seen on her mothers work. Diane uses the traditional methods handed down to her by her teachers. This piece is signed.


4" Tall, 2" Wide


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Pueblo Pottery Storyteller Nativity Set


by Mona Teller


Mona Teller, “Pa-Shawn-Thupa-Wa”, was born to the Pueblo of Isleta-Tewa in 1960. She began making clay sculptures at the age of 24. Mona was inspired to carry on the family tradition of making clay figures by the famous Stella Teller (mother) and Lynette Teller (sister), who are both well known for their contribution to the art world with their elaborate clay sculptures.

 

 Her pottery is made using natural pigments gathered from within the Isleta Pueblo. The sculptures are hand pinched, hand coiled, hand painted, and fired outdoors, the traditional way, with cow chips used for fuel. She signs her work as Mona Teller, Isleta, N.M. Mona strongly believes in continuing traditional ways of her people. She has hopes that her children will continue the family tradition of making art from pottery just like her ancestors before her.


Joseph is 4 3/8" Tall and 1 1/2" Wide. Baby Jesus figure is 1 3/4" Tall and 1 3/8" Wide.


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Jemez Pueblo Nativity Set


by Judy Toya


Judy Toya is a Jemez potter who specializes in storyteller figures. She is the daughter of potter Mary Toya, and the niece of Jemez artist, Fannie Loretto. Judy was taught by her mother. She uses traditional methods to make each doll. This piece is signed.


Wall is 3 1/4" Tall, 8 3/4" Wide. Joseph is 3 1/8" Tall.


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Navajo Sand Painted Ornament


by Junior Whiterock


Junior is a Navajo sand painter and creates a wide array of paintings, pottery, picture frames and more. He won a second place ribbon for his work at the 2008 Santa Fe Indian Market .


Each ornament has the word Keshmesh (Navajo for Christmas) written in sand next to the intricate design. Junior signed each piece as JrW. 


2 3/4" Wide


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