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Acoma Pueblo Pottery


Traditional Acoma pottery is made using a slate-like clay found within the hills surrounding the Pueblo. When fired using traditional methods, this clay allows the potters to form very thin walls, a common and sought after characteristic of Acoma pottery. Although hand coiled pottery is preferred for its collectability, there are many fine Acoma artists who prefer to use pour molded or greenware pots as their canvas. While pour molded pots do not retain the same value as a traditionally hand coiled piece, their low price point makes them great for decorating or for gifts. We carry a wide range of Authentic Acoma pottery from artists like Dorothy Torivio, Sandra Victorino, Frederica Antonio, Rachel Aragon, Theresa Garcia-Salvador, Wilfred Garcia, Leland Robert Vallo, Kim Vallo, Paula Estevan, Robert Patricio, Franklin Peters and more. For more info on the Acoma Pueblo, click here.

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Acoma Pueblo Pottery Wedding Vase


by Joseph Lewis


This beautiful piece features a traditional geometric designs in orange on a painted turquoise background. Signed by Joseph Lewis, the Acoma pueblo artist.


8 1/4" Tall, 5 1/2" Wide


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Acoma Pueblo Pottery


by Corrine Chino


Corrine Chino is a full blooded Native American Indian from the pueblo of Acoma. She was born in the late 1950’s. Corrine did not spark an interest in pottery making until she was 26 years old. Her mother, Edna Chino, encouraged and taught Corrine all the fundamentals of hand coiling pottery using traditional ancient methods. Edna also reinforced the importance of continuing the long lived family tradition of working with clay. Corrine was a natural when it came to hand coiling and hand painting pottery. Her painting has always been exquisite. Corrine developed a very fine painting style of black on white fine line. Corrine will add a feather pattern to the top rim in a blue color at times to add a bit of flare. Corrine specializes in hand painting on greenware pottery. However, she is very knowledgeable when it comes to hand coiling pottery, just like her mother. Corrine was quoted as saying, “I just love to paint, it brings balance to my life.” Corrine signs her pottery as: Corrine Chino, Acoma. She is related to the following artisans: Brian Chino (brother), Jay Vallo (sister), and Judy Shields (sister). This piece is pour molded and signed by the artist.


7 1/8" Tall, 9 1/2" Wide


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


This detailed piece is from Acoma Pueblo and was painted with bold geometric designs. It is signed E. Chino by the artist, Emmalita Chino.


5 1/8" Tall, 7 1/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $160.00 / Your Price: $120.00


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Hand Coiled Pottery


by Westly Begaye

 

Westly was born into the Navajo Nation in 1965. He was taught by his long time companion, Marie Francis Vallo, an Acoma potter who is the mother of Leland, Kim and Thomas Vallo. Westly's work is a fusing of Navajo and Acoma traditions. He has developed his own unique style, giving his pots an amazing contemporary flare.


Westly is well known for his beautiful parrot, flute player and lizard designs. He continues to grow as an artist and is gaining in popularity among mainstream collectors. He signs his work as Westly B or W/B along with the name of the design and the year. This piece is pour molded.


4" Tall, 5 1/2" Wide


Suggested Retail $220.00 / Your Price: $165.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Adrian Antonio


This beautiful hand coiled piece is from Acoma Pueblo artist, Adrian Antonio. This piece has bold geometric and fine line designs. It is signed by the artist.

 

7 5/8" Tall, 8 1/2" Wide


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Edna Chino


Edna G. Chino is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born into the Acoma Pueblo in 1935. Edna is a member of the Eagle Clan. Frances Torivio taught Edna all the fundamentals of work with clay art and using the ancient traditional hand coiling methods at the age of fifteen.


Edna specializes in hand coiled traditional fineline design pottery. She gathers her clay from within the Acoma Pueblo along with natural slips and natural vegetation which is used for making the natural colors used to paint the designs. She signs her pottery as: Chino. She is related to: Clifford L. Garcia (father), Lita L. Garcia (mother), Josephine Sanchez, Virginia Victorino, Maxine Sanchez (sisters), Corrine Chino, Jeanette “Jay” Vallo (daughters), Kevin Chino, the late, Brian Chino (sons).


6 1/4" Tall, 5 5/8" Wide


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Made Pottery Giraffe


by Judy Lewis


Judy Lewis is a full blooded Native American Indian from the Pueblo of Acoma and she was born in 1966. She has been making pottery since 1986. Judy was inspired to continue the family tradition of clay sculpting by observing many of her family members. She was especially motivated by the passion and ambition that her sister, Marilyn Ray-Lewis, showed towards working with clay, and the assistance that she gave to her. Judy hand coils pottery, vases, and storytellers using the methods of her ancestors. She only uses natural pigments for clay and paints. Judy has developed a style of her own. She hand pinches and hand coils a contemporary shape with traditional designs and colors. As with the entire family the colors have a crisp but soft pastel look to them. Judy is related to the following artists: Kathy Lewis (mother), Carolyn Concho Lewis (sister), and Sharon Lewis (sister). She signs her art work as Judy Lewis, Acoma, N.M.


12" Tall, 9 1/2" Long


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Acoma Pueblo Pottery


by Corrine Chino


Corrine Chino is a full blooded Native American Indian from the pueblo of Acoma. She was born in the late 1950’s. Corrine did not spark an interest in pottery making until she was 26 years old. Her mother, Edna Chino, encouraged and taught Corrine all the fundamentals of hand coiling pottery using traditional ancient methods. Edna also reinforced the importance of continuing the long lived family tradition of working with clay. Corrine was a natural when it came to hand coiling and hand painting pottery. Her painting has always been exquisite. Corrine developed a very fine painting style of black on white fine line. Corrine will add a feather pattern to the top rim in a blue color at times to add a bit of flare. Corrine specializes in hand painting on greenware pottery. However, she is very knowledgeable when it comes to hand coiling pottery, just like her mother. Corrine was quoted as saying, “I just love to paint, it brings balance to my life.” Corrine signs her pottery as: Corrine Chino, Acoma. She is related to the following artisans: Brian Chino (brother), Jay Vallo (sister), and Judy Shields (sister). This piece is pour molded and signed by the artist.


7 1/4" Tall, 9 5/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $365.00 / Your Price: $295.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Earlene Antonio


This beautiful hand coiled piece is from Acoma Pueblo artist, Earlene Antonio. This piece has bold geometric and fine line designs. It is signed by the artist.

 

8 3/8" Tall, 7 1/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $300.00 / Your Price: $225.00

 

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Acoma Pueblo Storyteller Pottery


by Regina Leno


This beautiful piece features a traditional geometric designs in black and oragne with children on top. Signed R. Leno by the Acoma pueblo artist.


7 1/2" Tall, 6" Wide


Suggested Retail $175.00 / Your Price: $135.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Wendell Kowemy


Wendell specializes in all natural and traditional hand coiled pottery vessels. He gathers his raw clumps of clay from within the sacred grounds of the Laguna Pueblo. He grinds his clumps of clay into sand like grains and hand mixes sand and water to temper the clay. He begins the hand coiling process which involves rolling out the moist clay into snake like coils and hand building his vessels. Once the vessel has taken form he sets his pottery to dry. Wendell hand boils all of his colors from natural pigments and vegetation which is also harvested from within the Laguna Pueblo. Once the vessels are dry and his colors are boiled Wendell begins hand painting a wide variety of designs which include tularosa swirls, checkerboards, finelines. The designs he paints are usually designs which were found on old potter sherds left from hundreds of years ago. Finally, he fires his pottery the traditional way, outdoors. He signs his pottery as: Wendell Kowemy, New Laguna.

 

6 1/2" Tall, 7 1/2" Wide


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Acoma Pueblo Pottery


by E. Lewis


This beautiful hand coiled piece is from the Acoma Pueblo and has warm and clean designs. It is signed by the artist.

 

3 7/8" Tall, 5 1/8" Wide


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Sandra Victorino


Sandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of Acoma in 1958. She was inspired to learn the art of hand coiling pottery from admiring her famous Aunt, Dorothy Torivio, who was one of Acoma’s finest potters. Sandra strongly believes that traditional ways must be kept alive to continue the long lived legacy of her people.


Sandra gathers the clay from within the sacred grounds in Acoma. She was taught how to sift clay, hand coil pottery, paint with a yucca plant, and fire her pottery outdoors in the traditional methods. Sandra specializes in hand coiled pottery with spiral designs like the step to step, checker board, snowflake, half snowflake, and fine line designs. She also likes adding parrots to her pottery from time to time. Sandra signs her pottery as: Sandra Victorino, Acoma, NM.

 

8 1/4" Tall, 5 1/2" Wide


Suggested Retail $1065.00 / Your Price: $798.00


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Acoma Pueblo Pottery


by Myron Sarracino


Myron Sarracino, “Kaa Ooa Dinn Naa”, is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the Laguna Pueblo in 1967. He began hand coiling pottery in 1984 at the age of 17.

Myron was inspired to continue the long lived tradition of hand coiling pottery by Verna Soloman (friend), Thelma and Sandy Sarracino, grandparents), and his friend and teacher, the famous, “Gladys Paquin”. She taught Myron all the fundamentals of traditional pottery making.

Myron specializes in hand coiled traditional pottery. Most of Myron’s designs originated from the Tularosa basin in southern New Mexico. These prehistoric swirl patterns along with various fine line work are his specialty. He duplicates ancient designs from old broken pottery shards found on ancient grounds. Myron uses all natural pigments to construct his high quality pottery. Myron signs his work as: Myron Sarracino, Laguna Pueblo.


8" Tall, 7 1/2" Wide


Suggested Retail $460.00 / Your Price: $390.00


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