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Jessie Garcia Acoma Pueblo Pottery

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Jessie Garcia Acoma Pueblo Pottery
Pottery by Jessie Garcia of Acoma Pueblo should be in any serious collection of Pueblo pottery, Jessie Garcia was listed as one of three Acoma Pueblo potters to have been particularly important contributing to the art of pottery making during the period of 1950 to 1970 by Rick Dillingham, the other two were Marie Z. Chino and Lucy M. Lewis.

Known for her traditionally hand built pottery bowls and jars, Jessie was often inspired by the Anasazi styles found in pieces (sherds) around the Pueblo.

This polychrome jar is corrugated with a pot sherd, the flat shoulder is boldly painted with bee plant and orange slip to call the lightning and rain.

9" diameter by 5" tall, perfect original condition, purchased in the 1960s.

Buyer pays $30.00 for shipping and insurance.

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