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“Revival Rising” Ohkay Owingeh Pottery This show features Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo (formerly San Juan Pueblo) pottery from 1930s-1960s.  Charles King has collected the pottery for this show for more than a decade. Why so long? Many of these potters were not very prolific.  Also, finding pieces which were not damaged over nearly 70 years has [...]

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In 2017, Virgil Ortiz conceptualized his first show of Taboo.  It was a unique opportunity for him to engage the unacceptable or forbidden through his work in clay.  The success of the show reflected not only his creativity but spoke
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From 1922-4, Sarafina Tafoya (1863-1949) created a series of “carved” vessels. These were among the first to incorporate a style of animal figurative designs and denoted the first step to a carved style which would become part of the Pueblo’s
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The post “The Space Between”: Santa Clara Carved Pottery 1920-Present appeared first on King Galleries.

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