Sunday, April 3, 2011

A couple examples of classic pueblo pottery. The potter's wheel was never developed in North America, so all of these round forms were constructed by hand by spinning the piece on a piece of leather.

23 comments:

  1. look forward to seeing some new pieces by you then.. absolutely right about craftsmen being a dying breed.. keep up the good work :D
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  2. lovely lovely work! do you sell?

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  3. I didn't make them, unfortunately! I do have plenty of my own work around here though, I might take pictures and put them up one of these days.

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  4. I never really 'got' pottery as an art form until seeing some lovely pieces in a museum recently. These are really nice!

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  5. Ohh these are nice. I don't think I've seen any like the black ones.

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  6. wow those are awesome i like the one in the first picture the best

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  7. the first one is beautiful... anywhere i can buy something like that?

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  8. Pueblo is such a beutiful type of pottery.

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  9. wow, i learned about this in my art&ceramics class a couple weeks ago. nice.

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  10. i wanna make the top one in ceramics

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  11. I wish I could make pottery like that, I'm only a beginner.

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  12. These are great :D I tried to do pottery once... oh god the mess ;_;. It's good to see such great art work can be made from clay <3 Much love my brother thank you for the post

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  13. i like your blog. keep up the good work

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  14. I really like the first one. Odd post.

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