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Rondina Huma
     Hopi

 

Rondina Huma is known for her intricate work of small square Sikyatki designs. She won several awards though the years including "Best of Show" at Santa Fe Indian Market. This piece is a excellent example of her artistry which is both traditional and innovated. Her firing brings out the richness of the vases coloration  and is truly superb. We are pleased to have Rondina join our gallery .

 

Item - # 10155
Size - 5 7/8" diameter x 5 1/2" height
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Fawn Garcia Navasie
          Hopi

Fawn Garcia Navasie, formerly “ Little Fawn ” is known for her beautiful polychrome jars that are somewhat egg-shaped with a graceful neck.  Born in 1959, she has been an active Hopi potter since 1975.  She is the granddaughter of Rosco and Agnes Navasie; daughter of Eunice (Fawn) Navasie; sister of Dolly “White Swan” Joe; Dawn Navasie, Darrel Navasie & Gregory Navasie; niece of Justin & Pauline Setalla, and Perry and Joy Navasie ( 2nd Frog Woman);  wife of James Garcia Nampeyo.  Her pieces are beautifully hand coiled and highly polished.  Rainbirds, parrots, feathers and clouds are some of the intricate designs she enjoys painting onto her pieces.

 

Item - # 19220
Size - 8 1/2" diameter x 5 1/2" height
Price - $975
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Fawn Garcia Navasie
          Hopi

 

Item - # 10125
Size - 9" diameter x 4" height
Price - $950
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 Fawn Garcia Navasie  

                                


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Item - # 10128
Size - 5 1/2" dia. x  4 1/2" ht. 
Price - $425
Item - # 10129
Size - 6 1/2" dia. x 31/2"ht. 
Price - $525
Item - # 10126
Size - 5 1/2" dia. x 3 1/4" ht. 
Price - $275
 

 


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Karen Charley
     Hopi

 

Karen Charley

Karen Kahe Charley who has been making pottery since 1980. She is the daughter of the legendary  potter Marcella Kahe, who is her inspiration and teacher. Her work incorporates very traditional Hopi-Tewi designs and although she lives in Keams Canyon, she returns to her mother’s home on first mesa for inspiration to paint and fire her pottery.  Her awards are numerous –  from Best of Show at both the Museum of Northern Arizona and Santa Fe Indian Market to the Fred Kabotie Award. She is in all the major books recently published on Hopi pottery and has had exhibitions at both Harvard and Yale Universities. Karen’s works which is on display at the both prestigious Heard and Northern Arizona Museums is very limited and collectible.

 
Item - # 11119
Size - 10 1/2" diameter x 8 1/2" height
Price - $
3900
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 Karen Charley  


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           Item - # 11118
           Size - 6" dia. 
           Price -
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         Item - # 11117
         Size - 5 1/2" dia. x 
         8 1/2"ht 
         Price - $
925

           Item - # 11120 
           Size - 7" dia. x 
           2 1/2" ht       
           Price - $
850 

                                   


 
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Dorothy Ami
     Hopi

 

Dorothy Ami is one of the premier young Hopi potters.  Her work is innovative in design, shape and clay colorations. Her fine line designs are carefully drawn and beautifully painted using a single strand of yucca and all natural pigments. Dorothy’s work is clean and crisp.  This is no surprise when one realizes that the award winning and extremely talented Hopi potter, Mark Tahbo, has been her mentor and teacher for several years. Dorothy believes in producing fewer pieces, but ones of the highest quality and workmanship.

This large pot is an outstanding example of Dorothy’s work.   Its graceful shape is enhanced by the intricate designs painted on all four sides. A variety of kachinas ( Mother Earth; Kokle or the Story Teller; Konin or Supai Kachina) some found in old Sikyatki designs, can be seen around the neck of the vessel.  Stylized eagle feathers are gracefully painted below each figure and carefully crafted checkerboard designs are also incorporated on the shoulder of the piece. This pot was exhibited at the recent Pueblo Grande Museum show and was selected as one of the outstanding pieces. It is a magnificent example of Hopi pottery.

 

SIKYATKI BIRD DESIGN WITH RAINBOW AND PAINTED INSIDES

Item - # 10154
Size - 6 1/4" dia x 5 3/4" ht 
Price - $525 

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Dorothy Ami
      Hopi

 

SIKYATKI EAGLE VASE

Item - # 10153
Size - 5" diameter x 5" height 
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Karen Abeita
     Tewa/Isleta

 

Karen Abeita is a member of the younger generation of artists who work hard to keep their traditions alive while coping in the modern world. She sees her work as a mission and a duty to ensure that her people's culture endures. She learned her art from potters of her own generation, most notably Fawn Garcia Navasie and Mark Tahbo. Her pottery blends very traditional Hopi-Tewi designs with her respect for the materials of the earth .  Her awards are numerous   including Best of Show, "Invitational," Lawrence, KS. She is in all the major books recently published on Hopi pottery.

 

Item - # 19165
Size - 6 1/2" diameter x 4 1/4" height
Price - $1100
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