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Laura Gachupin is one of the leading traditional potters from Jemez pueblo. She learned to make pottery from her grandmother, Persingula Gachupin and she is a daughter of Marie Romero and a sister of Maxine Toya and the aunt of Dominique Toya. She is also the mother of potters Benina Foley and Gordon Foley. Laura has won numerous awards for her pottery at Santa Fe Indian Market, the Heard Indian Market and Gallup Ceremonials.

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Gachupin, Laura – Small Bowl with Corn Design

Laura Gachupin is one of the leading potters from Jemez Pueblo.  This small bowl is both painted and polished. The bottom is stone polished red and the rim is polished tan.  The central band of the bowl is painted with a corn plant, which is very intricately painted.  Note the white clay for the corn pollen.  As the bowl is turned there is a cloud and rain design along with the sun.  For a small piece, it is very tightly painted.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair. It is signed on the bottom in the clay.

$ 110.00
Gachupin, Laura – Singing Mother Storyteller

Laura Gachupin is one of the leading potters from Jemez Pueblo.  This is one of her figurative pieces.  It is a “Singing Mother” storyteller style of figure with the mother holding a single child.  Laura has sculpted the shawl on the figure and it is fully polished. The remainder of the piece is matte.  The base has a mountain pattern painted as the design.  The figure is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair. It is signed on the bottom in the clay.

$ 325.00
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