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Contemporary Jemez Pueblo Pot by Emma Yepa

218.00
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Contemporary Jemez Pueblo Pot by Emma Yepa

218.00

Carved, hand painted, hand coiled vase featuring feather design, made with local clay and traditional mineral and vegetal slips, by Emma Yepa of Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico.

Approx: 6.5" high x 5.5" wide.

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Carved, hand painted, hand coiled vase featuring feather design, made with local clay and traditional mineral and vegetal slips, by Emma Yepa of Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico.

Approx: 6.5" high x 5.5" wide.

Emma Yepa

Emma Yepa is an Award Winning Jemez Pueblo Artist, who is known for her melon style swirl pottery. Emma Comes from a long line of  Noted Jemez pueblo potters including her mother Ida Yepa, her grandmother Reyes Toya and her Aunt Alvina Yepa. Emma  began making pottery at the age of 13. All her pots are made in the traditional way, hand-coiled with local clay and hand-painted using natural pigments.