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Nathan Begay painting a piece of pottery.

Nathan Begay painting a piece of pottery.

Nathan Begaye was a unique innovator among Pueblo and Navajo potters. His ethnic connection to both Hopi and Navajo let his work flow between the two distinctive styles and yet find their own unique space. His work used traditional designs, forms and techniques, yet somehow appeared very modern. Nathan was one of the innovators of Native pottery and was featured in numerous books, including "Free Spirit: The New Native American Indian Potter", "Beyond Traditions" and others. His pottery can also be found in the permanent collection of the Heard and other museums.

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Begaye, Nathan – Mini Polychrome Bowl with Clouds (1986)

Nathan Begaye was a unique innovator among Pueblo and Navajo potters.  His ethnic connection to both Hopi and Navajo let his work flow between the two distinctive styles and yet find their own unique space.  His work used traditional designs, forms, and techniques, yet somehow appeared very modern.  This miniature bowl is thin-walled and fully painted with a cloud pattern.  There is a cloud and rain pattern painted with over four different colors of clay plus the black which is bee-weed.  The bowl is signed on the bottom in the clay.  It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

 

$ 110.00
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