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Stella Shutiva, Acoma Pueblo

Stella Shutiva was renown for her corrugated pottery vessels. She was a daughter of noted potter Jessie Garcia, sister of Anita Lowden and the mother of Jacquie Shutiva-Hista. Her corrugated style of pottery was inspired by pre-historic style corrugated vessels.

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Shutiva, Stella – Fineline Canteen with Turtle (1970’s)

Stella Shutiva was renown for her corrugated pottery.  Her style was inspired by pre-historic style corrugated vessels.  However, before the corrugated pottery, she created exceptional painted vessels. This canteen is painted with a rain and water design.  In the center is a small turtle in relief. The back is painted with a red clay slip and the signature, “S. Shutiva” in on the base.  The canteen was traditionally fired which created the color variations on the surface.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair. 

$ 875.00
Shutiva, Stella – Long Neck Jar with Corrugated Design

Stella Shutiva was renown for her corrugated pottery.  Her style was inspired by pre-historic style corrugated vessels.  This long neck jar is fully polished on the rim and the body.  The neck is corrugated with designs impressed into the clay.  The long rows are the actual coils, while the round sections are where she indented the clay.  She created a striking flow of design on the jar.  The piece is signed, “S. Shutiva” and it is in very good condition.  There are no cracks, restoration or repair. There is a small chip on the rim which can be seen in the second to the last photo. 

$ 550.00
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