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Garrett Maho, Hopi-Tewa, 2018

Garrett Maho has been making pottery since 1996. He learned to make pottery from grandmother Marilyn Mahle and his aunt Gloria Mahle. He is a member of the Rabbit/ Tobacco Clan. Garrett has won numerous awards at Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Museum Indian Market.  Most recently he won "Best of Pottery" at the Heard Indian Market in 2018.

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Maho, Garrett –  Tile with Hopi Bird

Garrett Maho is known for his traditional and innovative Hopi-Tewa pottery.  This tile is very tightly painted with a traditional Hopi style bird as the design. The bird is intricately painted and note the checkerboard pattern on the body!  The tile is painted with a deep red is an additional clay slip while the black is painted with bee-weed (a plant).  The tile has been traditionally fired so that there are blushes on the surface.  The piece is signed on the back in the clay.

$ 300.00
Maho, Garrett –  Bowl with Raven Design

Garrett Maho is known for his traditional and innovative Hopi-Tewa pottery.  This bowl has an unusual raven design.  There are two of the birds and they are painted on both sides of the piece. The deep red is an additional clay slip while the black is painted with bee-weed (a plant).  The bowl has been traditionally fired so that there are blushes on the surface.  The piece is signed on the bottom in the clay.

$ 650.00
Maho, Garrett –  Jar with Hopi Birds

Garrett Maho is known for his traditional and innovative Hopi-Tewa pottery.  Garrett said that the designs on this jar were inspired by the work of his grandmother,  Marilyn Mahle.  She would often use this classic style of Hopi birds as a design on her pottery.  The jar itself is highly polished.  The birds encircle the jar, rising above and below the shoulder.  They are painted with bee-weed and an additional red clay slip.  There is also the mauve clay slip, which is used on two sections of the jar.  The black is bee-weed, a plant.  The jar has been traditionally fired so that there are blushes on the surface.  The piece is signed on the bottom in the clay.  Garrett most recently won “Best of Pottery” at the 2018 Heard Indian Market.

$ 875.00
Maho, Garrett –  Bowl with Rainbird Design

Garrett Maho is known for his traditional and innovative Hopi-Tewa pottery.  This bowl has rainbird painted on one side with its wings outstretched.  As the jar is turned, there is an opening in the bowl and it is surrounded by a checkerboard pattern.  This is the bird’s nest!  The bowl is painted with a deep red clay while the black is painted with bee-weed (a plant).  The bowl has been traditionally fired so that there are blushes on the surface.  The piece is signed on the bottom in the clay.  Garrett most recently won “Best of Pottery” at the 2018 Heard Indian Market.

$ 350.00
Maho, Garrett –  Butterfly Tile

Garrett Maho is known for his traditional and innovative Hopi-Tewa pottery.  This tile is very tightly painted with a traditional Hopi style butterfly as the design.  Garrett has taken classic designs and used them for the wings of the butterfly!  It is very finely painted and traditionally fired.  The tile is painted with a deep red is an additional clay slip while the black is painted with bee-weed (a plant).  The tile has been traditionally fired so that there are blushes on the surface.  The piece is signed on the back in the clay.

$ 300.00
Maho, Garrett –  Jar with Moth Design

Garrett Maho is known for his traditional and innovative Hopi-Tewa pottery.  This jar has a classic moth pattern. The jar itself is a classic shape with the high shoulder and slightly turned out rim.  There are four moths painted above the shoulder.  Check out the detail int he heads and the bodies.  Below the shoulder is a band of traditional wind and cloud patterns.  The jar is highly polished and the deep red is an additional clay slip while the black is painted with bee-weed (a plant).  The jar has been traditionally fired so that there are blushes on the surface.  The piece is signed on the bottom in the clay.  Garrett most recently won “Best of Pottery” at the 2018 Heard Indian Market.

$ 875.00
Maho, Garrett –  Tile with Hopi Birds

Garrett Maho is known for his traditional and innovative Hopi-Tewa pottery.  This tile is very tightly painted with traditional Hopi birds as the designs.  The birds beaks are in black and circling towards the edges while the wings and tail feathers are placed in the diagonal center of the tile. The deep red is an additional clay slip while the black is painted with bee-weed (a plant).  The tile has been traditionally fired so that there are blushes on the surface.  The piece is signed on the back in the clay.

$ 300.00
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