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Laguna Geometric Petroglph Pot

Product Description
$1,150.00
Maximum quantity available reached.
    • Pueblo: Laguna
    • Size: 7 3/4" Tall x 9 1/2" Wide
    • Design: Large Earth tone Seed Pot with Petroglph Designs
    • Artist: Ralph Aragon
    • Made In: New Mexico

The Laguna pueblo is located 40 miles west of Albuquerque New Mexico. The Laguna people have been living here since the early 17th century. Laguna pottery can look similar to Acoma pottery, although it is known to be thicker walled and have bolder designs.  Using natural clay, minerals, and plants from the pueblo, the Laguna people create beautiful pots. Take home a piece to add to your southwest pottery collection. 

Ralph 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 learned to respect the beauty of nature  which is evident in his animal motifs and earth tone palettes, which are abundantly used in his art. Over the years, Ralph has experimented with his own unique style of painting. He combines contemporary painting techniques with traditional Zia pottery designs, in order to obtain the rock art images and patterns that are associated with social and spiritual themes. Ralph is a strong believer in continuing the traditional ways of his people.
    
Ralph studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico., In addition, his own quest for a unique way to express his creativity has led him successfully to hand paint shields, pottery, and gourds. Because of this, he has created “something different” for us to enjoy and images that “help preserve his culture and heritage”. He specializes in hand painting handmade pottery. He signs his pottery as: R. Aragon, incorporated with a Kiva step style, which is a celebration of Pueblo life and the festivities of harvest time. 

Ralph is related to Dora Tse’Pe.

Awards:
Santa Fe Indian Market 1st Place
Eighth Northern Pueblos Exhibit
Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial 
New Mexico State Fair 1st Place

Publications:
Southwestern Pottery Anasazi to Zuni
Southwestern Pottery 1999 Edition
Southern Pueblo Pottery 2,000 Artist Biographies


Sku: LAG007
Vendor: Laguna