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Eric Lewis

Eric Lewis pottery is one of the more contemporary styles you find in young Acoma pottery today.   Eric is a son of noted potter Sharon Garcia-Lewis, and the son of Bernard Lewis.  His grandmother is noted potter Elizabeth Garcia. Eric has taken classic Acoma designs and simplified their patterns to use in a black-on-white style which has a very modern in appearance.  Each piece is hand coil built to a thin shell Acoma, then sanded and smoothed before painting and firing. Through the abstraction of his design, you can see the wind, rain, lightning, bird patterns, and animal figures.

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Lewis, Eric & Sharon Lewis – Jar with Raincloud Designs

This is a creative jar by Eric Lewis and his mother, Sharon Lewis.  Eric made the jar and Sharon painted the piece.  The jar has large rain clouds painted around the neck.  Below is a lightning design and rain patterns, which are the fine-line designs.  Sharn is known for the very thin lines of her painting.  They work well together!  The jar is signed on the bottom by both Eric and Sharon.

$ 400.00
Lewis, Eric – Seedpot with Deer

This seedpot by Eric Lewis has a graphically painted deer as the design. He has painted it in a very geometric style which gives it a modern appearance.  Eric has taken classic Acoma linear designs and made them both bolder and more graphic. The result is a striking seedpot with tightly painted imagery.  Eric remains one of the young Pueblo potters to watch!

$ 125.00
Lewis, Eric – Seedpot with Dragonfly

This seedpot by Eric Lewis has a graphically painted dragonfly as the design. He has painted it in a very geometric style which gives is a modern appearance.  Eric has taken classic Acoma linear designs and made them both bolder and more graphic. The result is a striking seedpot with tightly painted imagery.  Eric remains one of the young Pueblo potters to watch!

$ 125.00
Lewis, Eric – Seedpot with Butterfly

This seedpot by Eric Lewis has a graphically painted butterfly as the design. He has painted it so the wings and the surrounding designs are intertwined which gives is a modern appearance.  Eric has taken classic Acoma linear designs and made them both bolder and more graphic. The result is a striking seedpot with tightly painted imagery.  Eric remains one of the young Pueblo potters to watch!

$ 125.00
Lewis, Eric – Jar with Parrot and Swirling Clouds

This jar by Eric Lewis has a graphically painted parrot as the design.  The remainder of the jar has stylised swirling clouds.  The shape works perfectly for the bold design and the area opposite the parrot flows perfectly on the piece.  The jar is round with a slight neck.  Eric uses his designs to follow the shape of the jar and accentuate its form.  Eric has taken classic Acoma linear designs and made them both bolder and more graphic. The result is a striking jar with tightly painted imagery.  Eric remains one of the young Pueblo potters to watch!

$ 250.00
Lewis, Eric – Large Jar with Buffalo

This larger jar by Eric Lewis is a new and more complex design for his pottery.  It is a buffalo on one side and stylized birds on the opposite side.  The jar has high shoulders and a short neck.  The buffalo is wonderfully painted and a bit different from his other more linear designs.  Eric uses his designs to follow the shape of the jar and accentuate its form.  Eric has taken classic Acoma linear designs and made them both bolder and more graphic. The result is a striking jar with tightly painted imagery.  Eric remains one of the young Pueblo potters to watch!

$ 550.00
Lewis, Eric – Jar with Deer and Clouds

This jar by Eric Lewis has a deer and stylized cloud designs.  The jar is round with a short neck. The deer is graphically painted on the front. The wide designs encircle the remainder of the jar with cloud and rain designs.  Eric uses his designs to follow the shape of the jar and accentuate its form.  Eric has taken classic Acoma linear designs and made them both bolder and more graphic. The result is a striking jar with tightly painted imagery.  Eric remains one of the young Pueblo potters to watch!

$ 400.00
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