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Anita Lowden, Acoma Pueblo

Anita Garcia Lowden was a daughter of Jessie Garcia and sister of Stella Shutiva. She was one of the earlier Acoma Pueblo potters to use Mimbres designs. She passed away at a relatively young age.

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Leno, Juana – Clay Female Figure (1970’s)

Juana Leno is one of the four revivalist matriarchs of contemporary Acoma pottery (including Marie Z. Chino, Lucy Lewis, and Jessie Garcia). She was a daughter of Lupita and Jose Vallo and learned to make pottery from her grandmother Eulilia Vallo. This is an exceptional figurative piece of her pottery. There is a history of Acoma figurative work in this style, especially with the painted cheeks.  This figure is coil built and the arms are painted onto the body. The “skirt” is a classic lighting and rain design.  The face and hair are also painted with bee-weed.  The figure was traditionally fired, which gives it the coloration on the surface.  After the firing, she added the turquoise earrings.  The piece is signed on the bottom, “J. Leno”. It is in very good condition and a creative piece of pottery by this important Acoma Pueblo potter!

$ 775.00
Lowden, Anita – Seedpot with Ants (1960s)

Anita Lowden was a daughter of Jesse Garcia and sister of Stella Shutiva. She was one of the earlier Acoma Pueblo potters to use Mimbres designs.   This seedpot has two ants as the design on the top of the piece.  It is fully polished and then painted and traditionally fired.  The design of the ants is inspired by the Mimbres pottery designs of the 1100’s.  The piece is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed on the bottom, “Anita Lowden”.

$ 550.00
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