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Denny Gutierrez at Santa Fe Indian Market

Denny Gutierrez learned to make pottery from his mother, Katherine Gutierrez. His sister JoAnn Million and aunt Clara Stone are also well known potters. Denny created his distinctive style of "faceted melon bowl" in the 1990's. From 2000 to 2004 he was governor of Santa Clara Pueblo. His pottery won numerous awards at Santa Fe Indian Market over the years and added a new dimension to the ribbed or melon bowl style of pottery.

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Gutierrez, Denny – 26 Swirls Faceted Melon Jar (1997)

Denny Gutierrez was known for his faceted melon bowls.  As opposed to carving them, he would flatten out each rib out to create a “faceted” appearance.  The result was a reflective surface and a very striking piece of pottery.  This jar is narrow in shape, which shows off the faceted swirling ribs.  It is from 1997.  The jar has 26 faceted ribs swirling down from the rim to the base.   The narrowness of each rib adds to the amazing reflectiveness of this piece.  The jar is very highly polished and it is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed on the bottom in the clay.

$ 200.00
Gutierrez, Denny -Faceted Melon Jar with Lid (2006)

Denny Gutierrez was known for his faceted melon bowls. As opposed to carving them, he would flatten out each rib out to create a “faceted” appearance.  The result was a reflective surface and a very striking piece of pottery.  This jar has 32 melon ribs which are straight at the shoulder and then swirl below the shoulder.  The area above the melon ribs is polished and the lid is also fully polished.  The jar is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Denny Gutierrez Santa Clara 06”.  It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 600.00
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