Southwest Indian pottery emerged from an ancient land and people. First produced out of the necessity to hold water, cook, and store grain, it has evolved into a refined and coveted art form. In each piece can be seen and felt a strong connection to the land--the timeless beauty of the pottery makers.
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Special thanks to the artists and the following institutions for their help: Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery, Arizona State Museum, Bahti Indian Arts, Chimayo Trading Post, Nancy Dahl (private collection), Elvis Torres Gallery, Rio Grande Trading Company, School of American Research, and Wheelwright Museum.About the Author:
Bruce Hucko, an independent photographer and art coach, specializes in native cultures, landscapes, and children's art. His interests include the Santa Fe Trail, the Old Spanish Trail, Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) culture, and people who act as natural stewards of the land. Bruce has authored several books on native children's art.
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