Pueblo Indian Pottery: 750 Artist Biographies

''Pueblo Indian Pottery: 750 Artist Biographies'' profiles six Rio Grande Tewa Pueblos located in northern New Mexico: Santa Clara, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Tesuque, Nambe and Pojoaque.

Hardcover: 11.5'' x 9'' with 304 pages.

The Center for Indigenous Arts & Cultures is proud to present the second volume in our ''American Indian Art Series.'' This volume profiles over 750 artists from the past two centuries, featuring over 500 illustrations of artist portraits, hundreds of pots and historic village scenes.

This book was created with the cooperation of Pueblo Indian artists. Through artist surveys, archival research and personal interviews, information was collected in 25 categories: including the artist's pueblo, moiety (social group), clan (group of extended families), active years, lifespan, family relationships, education, teachers, students, awards, demonstrations, exhibitions, collections, favorite designs, publications, and twenty years of auction records. Many artists completed a personal statement, ''I enjoy creating artwork, because. . .'' Some wrote or narrated autobiographical statements.

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