A beautiful Acoma style pot from around 1950, unknown artist.
Learn to make a bowl like this on the page called Mica Bowl
Pot of beans on the stove, red mica clay hand coiled by Clarence Cruz fired to 017.
This pot is highly polished and pit-fired in the tradition of Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo in northern New Mexico. Ohkay Owingeh, previously identified by non-Pueblo members as San Juan, is a Tewa-speaking Pueblo located on the Rio Grande 25 miles north of Santa Fe. Puebloan ancestors migrated to the area from southern Colorado around 1200 A.D.