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Born into Acoma Pueblo in 1964, Adrian Vallo didn't get interested in making pottery until he was about 20. Then he got real interested and basically apprenticed himself to his grandmother, Santana Cimmeron Cerno. She taught him everything: where to find the clay, how to process it, how to make the pots, how to let them dry properly, how to smooth them, how to paint them and how to fire them the traditional way.
Joseph and Barbara Cerno are uncle and aunt while Ergil Vallo (also known as Dalawepi) was a cousin. This piece is signed by the artist. He is deceased.
8 3/4" Tall, 9 1/2" Wide