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Southwest Pottery

Lema's Kokopelli Gallery offers a wide selection of authentic Native American Indian pottery from the Southwest: Acoma pottery, Jemez pottery, Hopi pottery, Zuni pottery, Zia pottery, San Ildefonso pottery, Navajo pottery and Santa Clara pottery.

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Navajo Pot Pitch Glazed by Alice Cling-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery
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The chemistry of the clay body and the clay slip, the atmosphere in the fire, and the ash that falls onto the pots from the juniper wood combine to produce the red-orange-purple-brown-black blushes that enhance the unusual veneer of Alice's pots. Through trial and error, she has developed her own techniques.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAlice applies a light coating of warm pitch to the warm pots after firing, and burnishes that down to a distinctive low sheen. Usually her pots are totally undecorated except for the natural pigmentation from the clay and the fire. Many traditional Navajo storage jars have a biyo, a beaded necklace around the shoulder of a vessel made from a textured coil of the same clay. Alice does not like to use decorations because her grandmother disapproved of using the traditional designs on non utilitarian wares. 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Navajo Pot Pitch Glazed by Alice Cling-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Navajo Pot Pitch Glazed by Alice Cling

$540.00

Size: 6" Tall x 4 5/8" WideAlice learned how to make pottery from her mother, Rose Williams, an innovative Navajo potter who had been trained by her aunt, Grace Barlow, who had raised Rose at Shonto. Grace, Rose, and Alice have been the inspiration for many Navajo potters who have recently tried to make pottery for the "market." Navajo clay-work...


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Acoma Pottery by Diane Lewis Garcia-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pottery by Diane Lewis Garcia

$198.00

Size: 1 1/4" Tall x 2 1/2" WideDiane 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 s...


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This name was given to him after a relative had carried the sleeping boy home late at night following his initiation ceremony. How appropriate that name has become his hallmark. The world outside the Hopi Pueblo knows him as Preston Duwyenie: artist, teacher, father, friend.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eBorn in Hotevilla, the third of three mesas on which the Hopi people have lived for centuries, Duwyenie grew up with beauty all around him. \"Everyone has an art. My mother was a basket weaver, my father a Katsina carver. You grow up learning how to make art.\" This may be true, but as with art in any cultural context, there is bad, mediocre, and exceptional. Duwyenie's efforts definitely fall into the latter category and beyond. The simplicity of balance, textures, and colors within his ceramic and metalwork sets this soft-spoken man's art far apart from his contemporaries.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eLike his ancestors he gathers his clay just outside the pueblos, he offers prayers to the earth while digging the clay, and like them he is inspired by the beauty and awesome strength of nature. He uses potting techniques that have been utilized for more than a thousand years, but in terms of style, there is a point where Duwyenie steps outside this realm.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAfter moving away from the pueblo as a boy, Duwyenie learned of life in the mainstream by growing up and working in Phoenix. The thought of pursuing the arts as a career did not come to mind until, by chance during the summer of 1978, Duwyenie and his family passed through Santa Fe during the Indian Market festivities. It was there that he discovered the Institute of American Indian Arts. Shortly after, he enrolled and finished his degree there and moved on to the arts program of Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Duwyenie graduated with honors from CSU in 1984, and accepted a teaching assistantship there for the next few years while he began work on his master's degree. In 1988, Duwyenie moved to Santa Fe where he accepted a position as professor of traditional pottery and jewelry at the Institute of American Indian Arts. In 1996 he relinquished his position to focus on his art full time.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eDuwyenie considers himself to be relatively conservative, not abruptly changing styles or mediums, as so many artists seem to, searching for a sort of artistic commitment. His designs are rooted in centuries old legends of the earth's creation, of how time began, and of how it passes. His shifting sands series integrates ceramic and metal, reflecting one moment in time for the artist. 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This name was given to him after a relative had carried the sleeping boy home late at night following his initiation ceremony. How appropriate that name has become his hallmark. The world outside the Hopi Pueblo knows him as Preston Duwyenie: artist, teacher, father, friend.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eBorn in Hotevilla, the third of three mesas on which the Hopi people have lived for centuries, Duwyenie grew up with beauty all around him. \"Everyone has an art. My mother was a basket weaver, my father a Katsina carver. You grow up learning how to make art.\" This may be true, but as with art in any cultural context, there is bad, mediocre, and exceptional. Duwyenie's efforts definitely fall into the latter category and beyond. The simplicity of balance, textures, and colors within his ceramic and metalwork sets this soft-spoken man's art far apart from his contemporaries.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eLike his ancestors he gathers his clay just outside the pueblos, he offers prayers to the earth while digging the clay, and like them he is inspired by the beauty and awesome strength of nature. He uses potting techniques that have been utilized for more than a thousand years, but in terms of style, there is a point where Duwyenie steps outside this realm.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAfter moving away from the pueblo as a boy, Duwyenie learned of life in the mainstream by growing up and working in Phoenix. The thought of pursuing the arts as a career did not come to mind until, by chance during the summer of 1978, Duwyenie and his family passed through Santa Fe during the Indian Market festivities. It was there that he discovered the Institute of American Indian Arts. Shortly after, he enrolled and finished his degree there and moved on to the arts program of Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Duwyenie graduated with honors from CSU in 1984, and accepted a teaching assistantship there for the next few years while he began work on his master's degree. In 1988, Duwyenie moved to Santa Fe where he accepted a position as professor of traditional pottery and jewelry at the Institute of American Indian Arts. In 1996 he relinquished his position to focus on his art full time.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eDuwyenie considers himself to be relatively conservative, not abruptly changing styles or mediums, as so many artists seem to, searching for a sort of artistic commitment. His designs are rooted in centuries old legends of the earth's creation, of how time began, and of how it passes. His shifting sands series integrates ceramic and metal, reflecting one moment in time for the artist. He remembers watching a smooth pebble caught in sand being shifted by the wind, \"there was beauty in its isolation within the sea of sand. It was like an island.\" Among other things the series symbolizes for the artist \"the endless sands of time, and the fact that people, too are tossed about by the wind. There is always rippling in our lives.\"\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/span\u003e\u003cspan style=\"font-weight: bold;\"\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003c\/span\u003e"}
Hopi Pot by Preston Duwyenie-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Pot by Preston Duwyenie

$1,350.00

Size: 4" Tall x 8 1/2" WideHis Hopi name is Lomaiquilvaa--Carried in Beauty. This name was given to him after a relative had carried the sleeping boy home late at night following his initiation ceremony. How appropriate that name has become his hallmark. The world outside the Hopi Pueblo knows him as Preston Duwyenie: artist, teacher, father, ...


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Hopi Polychrome Pot with Red Mica Slip by Steven Lucas-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Polychrome Pot with Red Mica Slip by Steven Lucas

$990.00

Size: 4" Tall x 5" WideSteve Lucas is a member of the Nampeyo family, grandson of Rachel Namingha Nampeyo and brother of Karen Lucas. He is recognized as one of the premier Hopi potters of today for his outstanding and innovative art work.Steve signs his pottery with a hallmark of a mudhead, or koyemsi, along with an ear of corn for his great-g...


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Hopi Pot with Eagle Dancer by Harrison Jim-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hopi Pot with Eagle Dancer by Harrison Jim

$900.00

Size: 5 3/8" Tall x 4" WideHarrison Jim learned to make pottery from his mother-in-law Joy "Frogwoman" Navasie. He often collaborated with Marianne Navasie on his pottery, Marrianne Navasie has sense deceased. His work combines carved designs with traditional Hopi imagery such as this beautifully carved Eagle Dancer. The two tadpoles on the back...


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King Fisher Pot by Diane Lewis-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

King Fisher Pot by Diane Lewis

$138.00

Size: 3/4" Tall x 1 3/4" WideDiane 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 scu...


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Hand Coiled Seed Pot by Diane Lewis-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hand Coiled Seed Pot by Diane Lewis

$168.00

Size: 1" Tall x 2 1/2" WideDiane 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 sculp...


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Hand Coiled Seed Pot by Diane Lewis-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hand Coiled Seed Pot by Diane Lewis

$168.00

Size: 1" Tall x 2 1/2" WideDiane 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 sculp...


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Acoma Pottery by Diane Lewis-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pottery by Diane Lewis

$168.00

Size: 1" Tall x 2 1/2" WideDiane 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 scul...


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Acoma Hand Coiled Seed Pot by Diane Lewis-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Hand Coiled Seed Pot by Diane Lewis

$198.00

Size: 7/8" Tall x 3 1/8" WideDiane 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 scu...


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Diane Lewis Pottery-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Diane Lewis Pottery

$198.00

Size: 7/8" Tall x 3 1/8" WideDiane 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 sc...


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{"id":416850837544,"title":"Zia Pot by Elizabeth Medina","handle":"zia-elizabeth-medina-pot","description":"\u003cbr\u003e Size: 4 7\/8\" x 5 1\/2\"\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003c!-- [if gte mso 9]\u003e\u003cxml\u003e\n \u003cofficedocumentsettings\u003e\n \u003callowpng\u003e\u003c\/allowpng\u003e\n \u003c\/officedocumentsettings\u003e\n\u003c\/xml\u003e\u003c![endif]--\u003eElizabeth Medina, “Sepia”, was born in 1956 into the Jemez Pueblo. She married into the Zia Pueblo. She was inspired by her Mother-in-Law, Sofia Medina, to learn the art of working with clay. Elizabeth observed Sofia with much enthusiasm in hopes of achieving the same skills. It appears from what Elizabeth has accomplished, that she has achieved her goal.\n\u003cp class=\"MsoNormal\"\u003e\u003cspan style=\"mso-spacerun: yes;\"\u003e\u003c\/span\u003eElizabeth specializes in the handmade traditional Zia pottery with traditional symbols and birds. She digs up her own clay, cleans, mixes, coils, shapes, fires, and paints her pottery the traditional way, with natural colors. Elizabeth signs her pottery as: Elizabeth Medina, Zia. Elizabeth is related to the following artists: Marcellus Medina (husband), Lois Medina (sister-in-law), and Sofia Medina (mother-in-law).\u003c\/p\u003e","published_at":"2018-01-25T19:02:46-07:00","created_at":"2018-01-25T19:02:46-07:00","vendor":"Zia","type":"Pottery","tags":["Pottery Type_Zia","Price_$100-$500"],"price":39500,"price_min":39500,"price_max":39500,"available":true,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":null,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":3640075681832,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"ZEA023","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":true,"featured_image":null,"available":true,"name":"Zia Pot by Elizabeth Medina","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":39500,"weight":1361,"compare_at_price":null,"inventory_management":"shopify","barcode":""}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2878\/7500\/products\/kokopellioutlet_Zia_pottery_ElizabethMedina_IMG_0581.JPG?v=1518762088","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2878\/7500\/products\/kokopellioutlet_Zia_pottery_ElizabethMedina_IMG_0582.JPG?v=1518762089","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2878\/7500\/products\/kokopellioutlet_Zia_pottery_ElizabethMedina_IMG_0583.JPG?v=1518762091","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2878\/7500\/products\/kokopellioutlet_Zia_pottery_ElizabethMedina_IMG_0584.JPG?v=1518762092"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2878\/7500\/products\/kokopellioutlet_Zia_pottery_ElizabethMedina_IMG_0581.JPG?v=1518762088","options":["Title"],"content":"\u003cbr\u003e Size: 4 7\/8\" x 5 1\/2\"\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003c!-- [if gte mso 9]\u003e\u003cxml\u003e\n \u003cofficedocumentsettings\u003e\n \u003callowpng\u003e\u003c\/allowpng\u003e\n \u003c\/officedocumentsettings\u003e\n\u003c\/xml\u003e\u003c![endif]--\u003eElizabeth Medina, “Sepia”, was born in 1956 into the Jemez Pueblo. She married into the Zia Pueblo. She was inspired by her Mother-in-Law, Sofia Medina, to learn the art of working with clay. Elizabeth observed Sofia with much enthusiasm in hopes of achieving the same skills. It appears from what Elizabeth has accomplished, that she has achieved her goal.\n\u003cp class=\"MsoNormal\"\u003e\u003cspan style=\"mso-spacerun: yes;\"\u003e\u003c\/span\u003eElizabeth specializes in the handmade traditional Zia pottery with traditional symbols and birds. She digs up her own clay, cleans, mixes, coils, shapes, fires, and paints her pottery the traditional way, with natural colors. Elizabeth signs her pottery as: Elizabeth Medina, Zia. Elizabeth is related to the following artists: Marcellus Medina (husband), Lois Medina (sister-in-law), and Sofia Medina (mother-in-law).\u003c\/p\u003e"}
Zia Pot by Elizabeth Medina-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Zia Pot by Elizabeth Medina

$395.00

Size: 4 7/8" x 5 1/2"Elizabeth Medina, “Sepia”, was born in 1956 into the Jemez Pueblo. She married into the Zia Pueblo. She was inspired by her Mother-in-Law, Sofia Medina, to learn the art of working with clay. Elizabeth observed Sofia with much enthusiasm in hopes of achieving the same skills. It appears from what Elizabeth has accomplished,...


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Zia Pot Lidded by Elizabeth Medina-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Zia Pot Lidded by Elizabeth Medina

$660.00

Size: 11" x 7 1/4"Elizabeth Medina, “Sepia”, was born in 1956 into the Jemez Pueblo. She married into the Zia Pueblo. She was inspired by her Mother-in-Law, Sofia Medina, to learn the art of working with clay. Elizabeth observed Sofia with much enthusiasm in hopes of achieving the same skills. It appears from what Elizabeth has accomplished, th...


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Acoma Pot by Sandra Victorino-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pot by Sandra Victorino

$1,980.00

This is an excellent piece with twisting geometric designs running down the sides. It has a thin wall and a fantastic shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection. Size: 7 3/4" Tall x 8" WideSandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of the Acoma in 1958. She was inspired to learn the art of hand coi...


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This is a great piece to add to any collection. \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cbr\u003eSize: 7 1\/4\"tall x 8\" wide\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eFrederica Antonio is a full blooded Native American Indian who was born in 1968 into the Acoma Pueblo. Frederica was inspired to continue the long lived family tradition of making pottery by her mother-in-law, Mildred Antonio. Frederica developed an interest in pottery making while observing Mildred hand-coil and paint on her pottery. Mildred taught Frederica all the fundamentals of pottery making. Frederica began making pottery at the age of 18.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eFrederica specializes in contemporary hand coiled pottery with hand painted intricate eye dazzling designs. She fashions a brush from the stems of a yucca plant to paint her eye dazzling designs. She also paints a band on the side of her pottery with Kokopelli (god of fertility). She also paints using different colors of paint so the pottery gives you a unique three dimensional effect. She hand coils a variety of sizes and styles, every one of her pots is a one of a kind work of art; there are no two pieces alike. She signs her masterpieces as: F.V. Antonio, Acoma, N.M. Frederica is also related to Melissa Antonio (cousin).\u003cbr\u003e\u003cspan style=\"font-weight: bold;\"\u003e\u003cbr\u003e Publications:\u003c\/span\u003e\u003cbr\u003e-Southwestern Pottery Anasazi to Zuni\u003cbr\u003e-Southern Pueblo Pottery 2,000 Artist Biographies\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e \u003cspan style=\"font-weight: bold;\"\u003eAwards:\u003c\/span\u003e\u003cbr\u003e-2000 New Mexico State Fair 1st Place\u003cbr\u003e-1999 New Mexico State Fair Honorable Mention\u003cbr\u003e-New Mexico State Fair 1st Place\u003cbr\u003e-Gallup Inter Tribal Ceremonies Honorable Mention\u003c\/p\u003e"}
Acoma Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio

$2,970.00

This is an excellent piece with a thin wall and a great shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection.  Size: 7 1/4"tall x 8" wideFrederica Antonio is a full blooded Native American Indian who was born in 1968 into the Acoma Pueblo. Frederica was inspired to continue the long lived family tradition of making pottery by her mother-in-law...


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He also makes beautiful polychrome pots and presently he specializes in green-on-black pots. He harvests his clumps of raw clay from the sacred grounds within the San Ildefonso Pueblo, then, Erik breaks the clumps of clay to a fine powder substance and mixes it with volcanic ash and water, once that process is complete he hand coils snake like forms and begins to construct his vessel. When the vessel is built it is set out to dry. Once it has dried he sands it down to smooth out the surface. He stone polishes and hand paints his designs with all natural paints which are all boiled from native vegetation grown in the Pueblo.  He is related to Martha Appleleaf Fendor (mother), Carmelita Dunlap (grandmother), Linda Dunlap (aunt), Jeannie Mountain Flower Dunlap (aunt), and Carlos Dunlap (grandfather). 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He stone polishes and hand paints his designs with all natural paints which are all boiled from native vegetation grown in the Pueblo.  He is related to Martha Appleleaf Fendor (mother), Carmelita Dunlap (grandmother), Linda Dunlap (aunt), Jeannie Mountain Flower Dunlap (aunt), and Carlos Dunlap (grandfather). He signs his pottery as Than Tsideh which means “Sunbird”.\u003c\/p\u003e"}
San Ildefonso Pottery by Erik Fender-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

San Ildefonso Pottery by Erik Fender

$498.00

San Ildefonso Tan on Red Pot with Mica Rim and eight pieces of Sleeping Beauty Turquoise Size: 6" Tall x 4 1/8" WideArtist: Erik Fender (Than Tsideh)Erik Fender, Than Tsideh “Sunbird”, was born in 1970 into the San Ildefonso Pueblo. He specializes in traditional and contemporary blackware pottery.He started the art of pottery making by watching...


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Santa Clara Water Serpent Pot by Gwen Tafoya-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Santa Clara Water Serpent Pot by Gwen Tafoya

$795.00

Size: 4 1/8" Tall x 8 1/4" Wide   Gwen Tafoya was born in 1965 into the Santa Clara Pueblo-Tewa. She began experimenting with pottery making at the age of 6. She started out hand coiling small bowls and pots, using traditional methods. Gwen began making larger pieces of pottery by the time she reached the age of 16, and eventually would etch on ...


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Jemez Coiled Pot by Caral Loretto-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Jemez Coiled Pot by Caral Loretto

$90.00

Size: 2 5/8" Tall x 3 3/4" WideCarol Loretto has been an active potter since 1977. She is the sister of Geraldine Sandia and also learned traditional Jemez pottery techniques from her mother, Cecilia Loretto.


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Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon

$210.00

  Size: 3 1/8" Tall x 3 1/4" WideRalph Aragon is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the San Felipe Pueblo and married into the Zia Pueblo, where he has lived for the past twenty years. As long as he can remember, Ralph has had the desire to create his own unique style of art. With traditional upbringing instilled in Ralph, h...


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Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon

$210.00

Size: 3 1/8" Tall x 3 1/4" WideRalph Aragon is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the San Felipe Pueblo and married into the Zia Pueblo, where he has lived for the past twenty years. As long as he can remember, Ralph has had the desire to create his own unique style of art. With traditional upbringing instilled in Ralph, he ...


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Hand Coiled Pot by Sandra Victorino-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Hand Coiled Pot by Sandra Victorino

$690.00

This is an excellent piece with snowflake designs twisting down the sides, fine line and geometric patterns. It has a thin wall and a fantastic shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection. Size: 4 7/8" Tall x 5 1/2" WideSandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of the Acoma in 1958. She was inspir...


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Acoma Sandra Victorino Pot-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Sandra Victorino Pot

$2,970.00

This is a true center piece fine lines and geometric patterns on the top and bottom. It has a thin wall and a fantastic shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection.  Size: 9 1/2" Tall x 8 3/4" Wide Sandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of the Acoma in 1958. She was inspired to learn the art of ...


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Acoma Pot by Frederica Antonio-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pot by Frederica Antonio

$1,998.00

This is an excellent piece with a thin wall and a great shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection. Size: 6 1/4"tall x 6 1/2" wideFrederica Antonio is a full blooded Native American Indian who was born in 1968 into the Acoma Pueblo. Frederica was inspired to continue the long lived family tradition of making pottery by her mother-in-...


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Acoma Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio

$4,980.00

This is an excellent piece with a thin wall and a great shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection. Size: 8 3/4"tall x 9" wideFrederica Antonio is a full blooded Native American Indian who was born in 1968 into the Acoma Pueblo. Frederica was inspired to continue the long lived family tradition of making pottery by her mother-in-law,...


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Acoma Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pot Hand Coiled by Frederica Antonio

$1,980.00

This is an excellent piece with a thin wall and a great shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection. Size: 6 3/8" x 6 1/2"Frederica Antonio is a full blooded Native American Indian who was born in 1968 into the Acoma Pueblo. Frederica was inspired to continue the long lived family tradition of making pottery by her mother-in-law, Mildr...


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Laguna / Zia Petroglyph Pot-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna / Zia Petroglyph Pot

$249.00

Size: 4 7/8" Tall x 3 3/4" WideRalph Aragon is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the San Felipe Pueblo and married into the Zia Pueblo, where he has lived for the past twenty years. As long as he can remember, Ralph has had the desire to create his own unique style of art. With traditional upbringing instilled in Ralph, he ...


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Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon

$390.00

Size: 4 1/4" Tall x 4 3/4" WideRalph Aragon is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the San Felipe Pueblo and married into the Zia Pueblo, where he has lived for the past twenty years. As long as he can remember, Ralph has had the desire to create his own unique style of art. With traditional upbringing instilled in Ralph, he ...


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Laguna / Zia Pot by Aragon-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna / Zia Pot by Aragon

$240.00

Size: 3 1/4" Tall x 3 3/4" WideRalph Aragon is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the San Felipe Pueblo and married into the Zia Pueblo, where he has lived for the past twenty years. As long as he can remember, Ralph has had the desire to create his own unique style of art. With traditional upbringing instilled in Ralph, he ...


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Zuni Coiled Pot by Anderson Peynetsa-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Zuni Coiled Pot by Anderson Peynetsa

$378.00

Size:  6 3/4" x 7 1/2"Anderson Peynetsa is the brother of Priscilla, and the son of Wilma Jean Peynetsa. Anderson began making pottery in the eighth grade and in the last ten years or so has now developed into an outstanding craftsman. He is among the best-known potters at Zuni pueblo who work within the traditional style. This involves gatheri...


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Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon

$1,150.00

Size: 7 3/4" Tall x 9 1/2" WideRalph Aragon is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the San Felipe Pueblo and married into the Zia Pueblo, where he has lived for the past twenty years. As long as he can remember, Ralph has had the desire to create his own unique style of art. With traditional upbringing instilled in Ralph, he ...


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Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Laguna / Zia Pot by Ralph Aragon

$654.00

Size: 6" Tall x 7 1/4" WideRalph Aragon is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the San Felipe Pueblo and married into the Zia Pueblo, where he has lived for the past twenty years. As long as he can remember, Ralph has had the desire to create his own unique style of art. With traditional upbringing instilled in Ralph, he has ...


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San Ildefonso Pot by Erik Fender-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

San Ildefonso Pot by Erik Fender

$2,175.00

Size: 8 5/8" Tall x 7 7/8" Wide Artist: Erik Fender (Than Tsideh)Erik Fender, Than Tsideh “Sunbird”, was born in 1970 into the San Ildefonso Pueblo. He specializes in traditional and contemporary blackware pottery.He started the art of pottery making by watching his grandmother, Carmelita Dunlap, as she would hand coil and hand paint her tradit...


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Jemez Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Jemez Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa

$735.00

Size: 6 3/8" Tall x 5 1/4" WideEmma Yepa is from the Jemez Pueblo, known as Walatowa, "the Place." She is a third generation potter. She has been making pottery for over twenty years. She make melon pots and incised pottery. She learned my skills from her Mother, Ida Yepa and she has sisters that are potters also. Her mother and her are in the ...


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Jemez Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Jemez Micacious Clay Pot by Emma Yepa

$789.00

Size: 7" Tall x 5 3/4" WideEmma Yepa is from the Jemez Pueblo, known as Walatowa, "the Place." She is a third generation potter. She has been making pottery for over twenty years. She make melon pots and incised pottery. She learned my skills from her Mother, Ida Yepa and she has sisters that are potters also. Her mother and her are in the fall...


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Acoma Pot by Sandra Victorino-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pot by Sandra Victorino

$3,600.00

This is a true center piece with a band of parrot, fine lines and geometric patterns on the top and bottom halves. It has a thin wall and a fantastic shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection. Size: 11" Tall x 9 1/2" WideSandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of the Acoma in 1958. She was insp...


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Acoma Pottery Hand Coiled by Sandra Victorino-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Acoma Pottery Hand Coiled by Sandra Victorino

$1,500.00

This is an excellent piece with snowflake designs twisting down the sides, fine line and geometric patterns. It has a thin wall and a fantastic shape. This is a great piece to add to any collection. Size: 6 3/4"T x 7 3/8"WSandra Victorino is a full blooded Native American Indian born into the Pueblo of the Acoma in 1958. She was inspired to le...


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Zia Pot by Marcellus and Elizabeth Medina-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Zia Pot by Marcellus and Elizabeth Medina

$2,040.00

Size: 8 3/4" x 9"Elizabeth Medina, “Sepia”, was born in 1956 into the Jemez Pueblo. She married into the Zia Pueblo. She was inspired by her Mother-in-Law, Sofia Medina, to learn the art of working with clay. Elizabeth observed Sofia with much enthusiasm in hopes of achieving the same skills. It appears from what Elizabeth has accomplished, tha...


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Zuni Pot by Anderson Peynetsa

$1,725.00

Size: 11 1/2" x 11 1/2"Anderson Peynetsa is the brother of Priscilla, and the son of Wilma Jean Peynetsa. Anderson began making pottery in the eighth grade and in the last ten years or so has now developed into an outstanding craftsman. He is among the best-known potters at Zuni pueblo who work within the traditional style. This involves gather...


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Zuni Pot by Anderson Peynetsa-Pottery-Lema's Kokopelli Gallery

Zuni Pot by Anderson Peynetsa

$935.00

Size: 7 1/2" x 8 1/4"Anderson Peynetsa is the brother of Priscilla, and the son of Wilma Jean Peynetsa. Anderson began making pottery in the eighth grade and in the last ten years or so has now developed into an outstanding craftsman. He is among the best-known potters at Zuni pueblo who work within the traditional style. This involves gatherin...


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