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Diane Lewis is a daughter of Kathleen Lewis and a sister of noted potters Rebecca Lucario, Marilyn Ray, Judy Lewis and Carolyn Concho. She is known for her miniature pottery and use of traditional and Mimbres imagery. She has won numerous awards at the Heard Museum Market and Gallup Ceremonials over the years.

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Lewis-Garcia, Diane – Seedpot with Two Mimbres Lizards

Diane Lewis is known for her tightly painted miniature pottery.  This is one of her very intricately painted seedpots.  The top is painted with two Mimbres inspired lizards in the center of the piece.  They are surrounded by a spiraling series of three different Acoma designs.  All the various colors are from natural clay slips. The thin lines are very time consuming to paint!  The lizards are inspired by the Mimbres pottery of the 1100’s.  It is an exciting modern interpretation of classic Acoma imagery.  It is signed on the bottom, “Diane Lewis”.

$ 110.00
Lewis-Garcia, Diane – Seedpot with Mimbres Insect

Diane Lewis is known for her tightly painted miniature pottery.  This is one of her very intricately painted seedpots.  The top is painted with a Mimbres insect in the center of the piece.  It is surrounded by various geometric patterns seen on Acoma pottery.   All the various colors are from natural clay slips. The thin lines are very time consuming to paint!  The lizards are inspired by the Mimbres pottery of the 1100’s.  It is an exciting modern interpretation of classic Acoma imagery.  It is signed on the bottom, “Diane Lewis”.

$ 125.00
Lewis-Garcia, Diane – Seedpot with Polychrome Spiral

Diane Lewis is known for her tightly painted miniature pottery.  This miniature seedpot is intricately painted with polychrome checkerboard spiral. The hole for the seedpot is in the center and the red, orange and white sections spiral outward.  The additional colors are all natural clay slips.  It is an exciting modern interpretation of classic Acoma imagery.

$ 75.00
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