Cochiti Pottery

Cochiti Pottery

Contemporary Cochiti pottery is some of the most collectible Native American art forms available today. Potters from the Cochiti Pueblo are virtuosos of creating three-dimensional forms and figures - a pottery tradition documented as early as 1879. Potter Helen Cordero began making “storytellers” in 1964, which evolved to include a large figure (the storyteller) surrounded by smaller figures (children “listening” to the story). Other collectible figures from contemporary Cochiti potters include opera singers, animals, drummers, and fanciful imaginary figures and creatures.

 

We can't find products matching the selection.
Site Content copyright 1996-2020. Permission to reproduce photos and paintings in this online catalog secured by J. Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery Inc. All rights reserved. No portion of this online catalog may be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written or email permission from J. Mark Sublette, Medicine Man Gallery, Inc.