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She taught Myron all the fundamentals of traditional pottery making.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cbr\u003e Myron specializes in hand coiled traditional pottery. Most of Myron’s designs originated from the Tularosa basin in southern New Mexico. These prehistoric swirl patterns along with various fine line work are his specialty. He duplicates ancient designs from old broken pottery shards found on ancient grounds. Myron uses all natural pigments to construct his high quality pottery. 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Laguna Polychrome Pot

Product Description
$699.00
Maximum quantity available reached.
    • Pueblo: Laguna
    • Size: 9 1/4" Tall x 8 1/4" Wide
    • Design: PolyChrome Weather Design Pot
    • Artist: Myron Sarracino
    • 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. 

 Myron Sarracino, “Kaa Ooa Dinn Naa”, is a full blooded Native American Indian. He was born into the Laguna Pueblo in 1967. He began hand coiling pottery in 1984 at the age of 17.


 Myron was inspired to continue the long lived tradition of hand coiling pottery by Verna Soloman (friend), Thelma and Sandy Sarracino, grandparents), and his friend and teacher, the famous, “Gladys Paquin”. She taught Myron all the fundamentals of traditional pottery making.


 Myron specializes in hand coiled traditional pottery. Most of Myron’s designs originated from the Tularosa basin in southern New Mexico. These prehistoric swirl patterns along with various fine line work are his specialty. He duplicates ancient designs from old broken pottery shards found on ancient grounds. Myron uses all natural pigments to construct his high quality pottery. Myron signs his work as: Myron Sarracino, Laguna Pueblo.
Myron is also related to the following artists: Bertha Riley (aunt) and Stewart Riley, Jr (cousin).

Awards:
-Eighth Northern Pueblo Indian
-1993 1st place Gallup Indian Ceremonials
-New Mexico State Fair (too many to list)
-Art and Craftsman Show
-Best in Traditional Pottery
-Others too numerous to list

Publications:
-Southern Pueblo Pottery 2,000 Artist Biographies
-Southwestern Pottery Anasazi to Zuni
-Collections of Southwestern Pottery                                                               

Sku: LAG012
Vendor: Laguna