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Haungooah, Art Cody –  Brown Seedpot with Rabbit (1978)

This is one of the few brown slipped seedpots by Art Cody Haungooah.  The piece is fully polished and fired brown. There is a medallion on the front which is incised with a rabbit. The piece is very highly polished and it is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Haungooah”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 225.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – “A Vision” Bowl (1978)

This is a larger and unusual bowl by Art Cody Haungooah.  The top and bottom sections are polished red while the center section is polished brown.  Interestingly, while the red is the classic slip used for that color, the brown is the slip used for firing the pieces black! There is a grasshopper as the primary design on the bowl.  It is surrounded by a swirling feather pattern which encircles the entire jar.  Projecting away from the grasshopper are additional cloud and rain designs in the brown clay color.  The bowl has a striking contrast of color as well as how he has used the matte area to enhance the polished designs.  Insects are often a theme in Art’s pottery.  This piece is also one of his few titled vessels, with the name of, “A Vision”.  It was made a year before he was invited to France by Pierre Cardin to show his pottery.  The bowl is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 875.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – “Fetish” bowl (1975)

Art said of his work, “Pottery is becoming a format for releasing designs and ideas – just like on canvas“.  This bowl is a fascinating combination of so many of his various talents!  The bowl is one of his larger pieces and is from August, 1975 so it may have been made specifically for Santa Fe Indian Market or Gallup Ceremonials.  It is a “Fetish Bowl” inspired by the classic Zuni fetish bowls, but with Art’s own distinctive style.  The entire surface has been smoothly sanded, rag polished and left matte.  He has inlaid two bands of shell hei-shi beads, one darker and one lighter.  He has carved the various mother of pearl feathers and inlaid them into the clay.  Separating each of the pairs of feathers is a carved animal.  One is a carved shell bear with a turquoise eye and the other a carved shell bird with a coral eye.  The bird and the bear are both tied onto the clay as opposed to the feathers which are actually inset into the clay.  On the opposite two sides are two other fetish animals.  One is a clay bear which he has polished and the given a “fetish bundle” and then tied it inside a mother of pearl shell.  The other side has a snake carved from antler, and again it has the traditional bundle with a feather and turquoise.  The entire piece is almost unexpected in its scale from much of his other work. Yet the use of the bear quickly ties it visually to his style.  Art said, “In the future I will surpass my present work and create artistic works of greater quality“.  It makes one wonder if he had worked longer than the short ten year span of his career what other innovative and original works he would have created! The bowl is in in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 1,800.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – “Warblers” Seedpot (1976)

This is a very intricately designed seedpot by Art Cody Haungooah.  The piece is fully polished and fired red.  The top is fully designed with two warblers sitting on branches.  The bottom is plain and fully polished. It is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Art Haungooah, Warblers, 1976”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 300.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Bear in Raised Relief Bowl (1974)

This is an unusual miniature bowl by Art Cody Haungooah.  The back and sides are fully designed with a bear paw and cloud designs. The front has been deeply carved with a bear in relief.  He added additional for the body to give it more texture and dimension.   The bowl is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed on the bottom in the clay.

$ 200.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Black & Sienna Bowl with Bird Designs (1975)

This miniatures bowl by Art Cody Haungooah has been fired black and then two-toned on the neck.  The top part is etched with cloud and stylized bird designs. You can see the eye (the black dot) of one of the birds.  They are surrounded by rain and wind designs.  It is signed on the bottom in the clay.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 300.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Bowl with Insects, Turquoise and Lid

This is a very unusual lidded bowl by Art Cody Haungooah.  There are polished medallions on each side and the clay around them is carved away leaving the medallions raised. The medallion on one side has a moth and the other an ant.  They are each inset with two pieces of turquoise.  The surrounding matte area has been sanded down and works as a perfect contrast to the polished areas.  The lid is also fully polished.  It is strong complement to the polished medallions.  The bowl is signed on the bottom in the clay.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 900.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Bowl with Lizard & Shell Insets (1974)

This small bowl by Art Cody Haungooah is from 1974.  The bowl is fully polished and there is a section with the etched design.  Here is a lizard which is inspired by the Mimbres pottery.  The lizard has shell insets for its eyes as well as 6 in the body.  Art used the shell insets as a reflection of new trends in Pueblo pottery at the time, but also as these are little beads, they recall the Kiowa influence of beaded objects.  The bowl is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Haungooah”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 450.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Frog & Fish Seedpot

This is an exceptional miniature by Art Cody Haungooah.  The piece is fully polished and fired red. The entire surface is fully designed!  There is a section on one side with a fish and another side with a frog.  The remainder of the piece is fully etched with water designs.  They are highlighted with a white clay.  There is one small area where the piece is signed, “Haungooah”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 675.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Mini Bowl with Deer Scene (1974)

This is an miniature bowl by Art Cody Haungooah is fully designed with a deer scene.  It is fully polished red and etched with a deer and forest scene encircling the bowl.  Note the distinctive style of Art’s etching of the matte background area.   The bowl is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed on the bottom in the clay.

$ 200.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Miniature Plate with Hummignbird

This plate by Art Cody Haungooah is from 1983-4.  It is polished on the front and fired brown.  There is a hummingbird as the design etched into the clay.  There are additional clay slips added to the piece for more coloration.  It is signed on the back with a fish and, “Haungooah”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 350.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Seedpot with Avanyu & Bead Insets

This is a very intricately designed seedpot by Art Cody Haungooah.  The piece is fully polished and fired black. There is an avanyu encircling the shoulder of the piece.  There are shell bead insets in the horn and for the eye of the avanyu.  There are also additional beads in the cloud and rain designs above the back of the avanyu.  Art said he liked to use beads in his work to reference the beaded object of his Kiowa background.  The area around the avanyu is slipped with a pinkish-red colored clay.  There area additional highlights of white clay.  Near the base of the piece are a series of white dots representing stars and one “constellation” which is etched out in a red clay, which forms a flute player.  The seedpot was made between 1982-5 and it is signed on the bottom with a fish and the initials “AH”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 975.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Seedpot with Big Horn Sheep

This is a complicated miniature by Art Cody Haungooah.  The piece is fully polished and fired black. The design is a Big Horn Sheep which is etched into the clay.  It is highlighted with a white, red and yellow clay slips.  The hole for the seedpot is the eye of the Big Horn!  Surrounding the Big Horn is a feather pattern around the top and back and on the base is a very intricately incised feather pattern.  The piece is signed on the bottom with his hallmark Fish and “AH”.  This type of signature indicates his work from 1984-5.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 650.00
Haungooah, Art Cody – Seedpot with Fish (1983)

This is a complicated smaller miniature by Art Cody Haungooah.  The piece is fully polished and fired red. The design is a fish which is etched into the clay.  It is highlighted with a white clay slip and there is an inset piece of shell for the eye.  Surrounding the fish are water designs.  The piece is signed on the bottom in the clay “Haungooah ’83”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 475.00
Haungooah, Art Cody & Martha –  Bowl with Quail, Lizard and Rabbit (1975)

This is one of the few pieces signed by both Art Cody Haungooah and his wife, Martha. The bowl is fully polished red and there is a central medallion which is etched into the clay.  There is a lizard, rabbit and quail as the design. There is a piece of coral inset in the quail.  Around the shoulder of the bowl is an etched cloud design.  The bowl is signed on the bottom in the clay, “Art & Martha Haungooah”.  It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 675.00
Haungooah, Art Cody- Large “Buffalo Hunt” Bowl (1973)

This large bowl by Art Cody Haungooah is from 1973.  It is fully polished and has an etched design on one side. The imagery is a buffalo hunt where the design has been etched into the clay and then “two-toned” to make it black-and sienna.  Note the depth and yet the symmetry of the area surrounding the figure. Interestingly, Art left the buffalo black so that it would be in contrast with the sienna of the horse and rider.  Art was Kiowa and married to Martha Suazo from Santa Clara and that is where he began to make pottery. The bowl is signed, “Art Cody Haungooah” and it is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.

$ 1,200.00
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