Faye Tso was one of the first Navajo potters to using unconventional imagery in her pottery. Traditional Navajo pottery has very little decoration, but Tso applied images of corn maidens, warriors, and dancers onto the surface of the clay. She was a practicing Navajo herbalist, and her husband and son are both medicine men. The family often uses Tso’s pottery in their ceremonies, because “fire, cloud, and earth are all part of the Navajo way”. Her grandson, Jarred Tso, is also an important younger potter who is carrying on this amazing family tradition.