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Dorothy Torivio

Dorothy Torivio was among the first to utilize and refine the “op-art” style in her Acoma pottery. She took classic Acoma patterns and then repeated them on a vessel, ranging the size from small to large and then small again, following the vessel’s shape. Dorothy has won numerous awards for her pottery, including Best of Pottery at the Heard Indian Market. In addition, she was featured in books such as “The Art of Clay” and “Legacy of Generations.”