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Rosemary Lonewolf and Joseph Lonewolf at King Galleries

Rosemary is a daughter of Joseph Lonewolf and learned to create similar highly polished and delicately etched pottery. Rosemary has been featured in numerous books, including "Beyond Traditions" and has received numerous awards for her intricate pottery and use of realism in her designs.

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Lonewolf, Rosemary “Apple Blossom” – Seedpot with Koi & Mimbres Fish

This is a larger seedpot by Rosemary Lonewolf.  She learned to make pottery from her father, Joseph Lonewolf.  This piece is interesting in that Rosemary spent time in China during the early 1990’s and created a variety of pieces in a similar theme to this seedpot.  She would juxtapose various realistic animals and images against Mimbres designs.  Here, the top has two very detailed Koi.  The side has a variety of Mimbres inspired fish.  It is a creative idea and one which works well and is even more interesting relative to the time period!  All the various colors are different clay slips. which are added after the firing.  The seedpot is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Appleblossom”.  While Rosemary no longer makes many traditional style pieces of pottery, her miniatures remain a classic!

$ 700.00
Lonewolf, Rosemary “Apple Blossom” – Seedpot with Hummingbird

This is a larger seedpot by Rosemary Lonewolf.  She learned to make pottery from her father, Joseph Lonewolf.  This piece has a large hummingbird and flowers on the top.  On the side are a series of inter-twined vines and flowers.  All the various colors are different clay slips. which are added after the firing.  The seedpot is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Appleblossom”.  While Rosemary no longer makes many traditional style pieces of pottery, her miniatures remain a classic!

$ 800.00
Lonewolf, Rosemary “Apple Blossom” – Seedpot with Birds

This is an exceptional miniature seedpot by Rosemary Lonewolf!  It is fully designed with three birds and a band of flowers around the shoulder.  Spiraling around the top of the seedpot is a feather design and there is a small flower on the very top! Rosemary has added additional white and blue colorations for the clay on this piece.  The various colors are all derived from natural clay slips.  The seedpot is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed on the bottom.

$ 800.00
Lonewolf, Rosemary –  Seedpot with Sparrow (1976)

This is seedpot by Rosemary Lonewolf is from 1976.  It is fully polished and has a single bird as the design.  As the bowl is turned there is a cloud, rain and lightning pattern etched into the surface. The contrast of the matte and polished areas accentuates her imagery.  The piece is signed on the bottom “Apple Blossom”, which is her name in Tewa.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 425.00
Lonewolf, Rosemary –  Seedpot with Raccoon (1978)

This is seedpot by Rosemary Lonewolf is from 1978.  It is fully polished and has a raccoon on the top of the piece.  Surrounding the sides are lightning, cloud and water patterns.  Note how on the sides she etched into the tan area with little circles, which creates a striking appearance. The piece is signed on the bottom “Apple Blossom”, which is her name in Tewa.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 700.00
Lonewolf, Rosemary –  Mini Butterfly Seedpot

This is an amazing miniature bowl by Rosemary Lonewolf!  It is a seedpot with two butterflies encircling the piece.  Separating the two butterflies are polished vines which encompass the remainder of the surface.  It is highlighted with additional clay slips.  The various colors are all derived from natural clay slips.  The seedpot is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 500.00
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