Pueblo Pottery Symbolism from A to Z with Andrew Thomas, Native American Art Expert

January 22 2015, 0 Comments

Pueblo pottery is the most celebrated and recognized art form of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico and is known around the world for its remarkable beauty and craftsmanship. Today Pueblo artists create pots using methods passed down for more than a thousand years, often hand-painting their work with designs that symbolize water, rain, animals and other elements of nature. See our Pottery Collector's Guide

List of artists represented from left to right on the tables:

Debbie Brown (Acoma), Joshua Herrera (Cochiti), Dolores Toya (Jemez), Caroline Carpio (Isleta), Pearl Talachy (Nambe), Dominiquita Sisneros (Ohkay Owingeh), Caroline Sine (Picuris),  Cordie Gomez (Pojoaque), Erik Fender (Santa Clara), Diane Menchego (Santa Ana), Mida Tafoya (San Ildefonso), Helen Bird (Santo Domingo), Dawning Pollen (Taos) and Tammy Bellson (Zuni)