Patricia Lowden Pueblo Pottery Mug

Item No: 7097

$ 25.00

  • A Shumakolowa Native Arts exclusive! This unique café-style ceramic mug is a replica of a single beautiful clay pot handcrafted by award-winning Acoma potter Patricia Lowden. Her orange, black, and red designs on a white background are interpretations of traditional pottery symbols from Acoma Pueblo, including rain, clouds, mountains and rain parrots. While the original clay piece is already at home in a permanent collection in Albuquerque, this replica is a great gift idea and a meaningful way to bring traditional Pueblo pottery designs into your everyday life.

    Collect all five designs, available exclusively at Shumakolowa Native Arts!

    • Collectible tall cafe style mug
    • Original designs by artist Paticia Lowden (Acoma Pueblo)
    • Cup measurements: 6"" H x 4-1/2 L x 3-1/4 W
    • 18 oz
    • Ceramic
    • This Item is Not Dishwasher or Microwave safe
    • The mugs are designed by Pueblo artists from New Mexico, and printed in the USA on imported ceramics.

  • Patricia was born in 1960 into the Acoma Sun Clan. She is the great-granddaughter of Lupe Chavez; granddaughter of Jessie Garcia and Andrea Lowden; daughter of Anita Garcia Lowden; niece of Marcus Garcia, Chester Garcia, Lori Garcia, Tina Garcia, and Stella Shutiva; and sister of Jerilyn Emanuel. Patricia is known for her Ancestral Pueblo (formerly referred to as Anasazi) revival black-on-white and traditional pots.
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