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Kimberly Honyumptewa Kimberly Honyumptewa, Laguna – Otoe Missoura, is from Laguna Pueblo and married to Aaron Honyumptewa who is Hopi/Picuris. She learned to make pottery from her mother-in-law in the traditional Picuris style and using native clay from the area. Each piece is coil built and traditionally fired.  My Big Bear clan comes from the Otoe Missoura tribe in Oklahoma. My little Parrot clan comes from the Laguna Pueblo, (Kawaika) New Mexico. My family is My World. I have been searching most of my life for spirituality, unconditional love, and traditional and cultural wisdom. I am grateful, happy and content, ‘Da wah eh, Isss Asquali.’ My one hope for all Native people is to remember where we come from, and why we have what we have. It's more important than what we wish love, peace, forgiveness, strength, respect, happiness and good wishes to all.

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Honyumptewa, Kimberly Riley – Picuris Micaceous Wedding Vase

Kimberly Riley Honyumptewa is from Laguna Pueblo and married to Aaron Honyumptewa who is Hopi/Picuris. She learned to make pottery from her mother-in-law Caroline Simbolo Cine in the traditional Picuris style and using native clay from the area. Each piece is coil built and traditionally fired.  This wedding vase is a creative shape with the twisted handle and the organic flow of the spouts.  The vase has a darker coloration from the fire clouds but the mica shows through beautifully!  The vase is signed on the bottom.  Kimberly’s work continues to evolve in creating more dynamic Picuris pottery!

$ 150.00
Honyumptewa, Kimberly Riley – Tall Picuris Micaceous Jar with Fluted Rim

Kimberly Riley Honyumptewa is from Laguna Pueblo and married to Aaron Honyumptewa who is Hopi/Picuris. She learned to make pottery from her mother-in-law Caroline Simbolo Cine in the traditional Picuris style and using native clay from the area. Each piece is coil built and traditionally fired.  This is one of the largest pieces we have had of her pottery.  It is round near the base and the rim is fluted and sculpted.  The jar is an elegant shape and the firing is striking.  It sets off the black, gold and various hues of the micaceous clay.  The jar is signed on the bottom.  Will be exciting to see how Kimberly’s work continues to evolve in creating more Picuris pottery!

$ 400.00
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