Patricia Lowden Pueblo Pottery MugItem No: 7097
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
- 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.