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Born in 1951 in the Acoma Pueblo, Rebecca Lucario is a member of the Yellow Corn Clan and has been actively making pottery since 1965. She is recognized as one of the finest Acoma potters working today, with her exquisite fine line eye dazzlers and Mimbres revival designs.
Rebecca learned the art growing up with her sisters Diane Lewis, Judy Lewis, Marilyn Ray and Carolyn Concho, and she's passing the tradition on to her children. She says the ancient pottery-making techniques were passed to her from her maternal grandmother, Delores S. Sanchez (1902-1991).
Rebecca uses a combination of indoor and outdoor firing and paints with a yucca brush to paint her designs. She signs her creations R. Lucario. 7" in diameter, 1/2" deep