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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


This is a pour molded piece that is hand painted on all sides with geometric turquoise designs. Signed by the Acoma artist, Joseph Lewis.

 

5" Tall, 6 7/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $99.00 / Your Price: $75.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Made Pottery


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.


4" Tall, 4 1/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $240.00 / Your Price: $180.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Lee Ann Cheromiah


Lee Ann Cheromiah is a traditional potter from the Laguna pueblo. She was born in 1954. This beautiful pot is hand coiled and painted it with traditional designs in natural paints. Signed by the artist.


5 3/4" Tall, 7" Wide


Suggested Retail $225.00 / Your Price: $165.00


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Acoma Hand Coiled Pueblo Pottery


by Dave Antonio


This hand coiled pot features geometric designs in black, orange and white.  It is signed by the artist.


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


Suggested Retail $225.00 / Your Price: $168.00


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Acoma Hand Coiled Pueblo Pottery


by Dave Antonio


This hand coiled pot features geometric designs in black, orange and white.  It is signed by the artist.


8 1/4" Tall, 9" Wide


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Acoma Hand Coiled Pueblo 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. When the clay is cleaned Edna hand mixes it with sand and water to temper the clay and she begins the hand coiling process. She enjoys coiling the traditional olla shapes which were used for water and cooking by her ancestors. Once the pot has been formed she sets it out to dry and begins breaking up the plant life that she has gathered such as spinach plant which provided the black color, yucca stems are fashioned into brushes for painting, and flowers are used for color. When the pot is fully dry she begins to hand sand her pottery for a smooth finish. Then, she begins the hand painting process The Chino family is well known for their hand painted finelines and floral designs. Finally, once the painting has been complete and the paint has dried Edna fires her pottery the traditional way of her ancestors, outdoors. She signs her pottery as: Chino.


7 1/4" Tall, 9 1/2" Wide


Suggested Retail $365.00 / Your Price: SOLD

 

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Acoma Hand Coiled Pueblo 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. When the clay is cleaned Edna hand mixes it with sand and water to temper the clay and she begins the hand coiling process. She enjoys coiling the traditional olla shapes which were used for water and cooking by her ancestors. Once the pot has been formed she sets it out to dry and begins breaking up the plant life that she has gathered such as spinach plant which provided the black color, yucca stems are fashioned into brushes for painting, and flowers are used for color. When the pot is fully dry she begins to hand sand her pottery for a smooth finish. Then, she begins the hand painting process The Chino family is well known for their hand painted finelines and floral designs. Finally, once the painting has been complete and the paint has dried Edna fires her pottery the traditional way of her ancestors, outdoors. She signs her pottery as: Chino.


6" Tall, 6 1/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $160.00 / Your Price: $120.00


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Acoma Pueblo Pottery


This is a pour molded piece that is hand painted on all sides with geometric turquoise designs. Signed by the Acoma artist, Joseph Lewis.

 

5 1/2" Tall, 8 1/2" Long


Suggested Retail $80.00 / Your Price: $60.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


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.


9 1/4" Tall, 3 1/2" Wide


Suggested Retail $525.00 / Your Price: $395.00

 

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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Diane Lewis Garcia


Diane Lewis was born in 1960 and is a member of the Lewis family from the Acoma Pueblo (no relation to Lucy Lewis, but a family famous for pottery artists just the same). Each member of this fine family of proven artists are exquisite painters. They are well known for fine handmade pottery, storytellers and clay sculptures. Diane began experimenting with the art of working with clay, and at the age of 21 she mastered the craft of hand coiling pottery using natural pigments and focused more on the rules of the ancient traditional methods of firing outdoors.

 

Diane specializes in handmade seed jars, small bowls with mimbres and traditional designs. She paints with soft but crisp colors using natural paints applied with a brush fashioned from the stems of a yucca plant. She gathers her natural pigments from within the Acoma Pueblo. Diane signs her pottery as: Diane Lewis, Acoma, N.M. She is related to Marilyn Lewis-Ray, Judy Lewis, Carolyn Lewis-Concho (sisters), and Kathleen Lewis (mother).


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


Suggested Retail $225.00 / Your Price: $165.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Made Pottery


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.


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


Suggested Retail $450.00 / Your Price: $330.00


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Acoma Pueblo Pottery


by Leland Vallo

 

This is a pour molded piece from Leland Vallo. He typically paints animals, mimbres designs, and incorporates Kiva step patterns into his designs.  Leland states that he is still amazed at the quality of the artwork that Native Americans produce today. However, his biggest inspiration thrives from memories that he has from his mother and his best friend, the late Marie Vallo. He signs his pottery as: L. Vallo, Acoma , N.M.


5" Tall, 5 3/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $80.00 / Your Price: $60.00


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Acoma Hand Coiled Pueblo Pottery


by Roxanne Victorino


This beautiful hand coiled pot features geometric designs in black and orange.  It is signed by the artist.


6" Tall, 6 5/8" Wide


Suggested Retail $265.00 / Your Price: $195.00


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Acoma Pueblo Hand Coiled Pottery


by Dora Antonio


This hand coiled piece is painted in geometric designs. Signed by the artist.


8" Tall, 8 3/4" Wide


Suggested Retail $265.00 / Your Price: $198.00


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