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Naranjo, Kevin & Maria Rose – Bowl with Deer and Pueblo Scene (1994)

Naranjo, Kevin & Maria Rose – Bowl with Deer and Pueblo Scene (1994)

5.5"w x 3"h
$ 1,100.00
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Kevin Naranjo and Maria Rose Naranjo worked together on pottery in the late 1980s and early 1990s.  Marian made and polished the pottery while Kevin etched the designs.  The shapes of their pottery are wonderful with thin walls and a very highly burnished surface.  This is a larger piece of their work.  It has a male and female deer realistically etched into the clay.  Behind them is a pueblo scene along with mountains and trees.  The detail is always exceptional in Kevin’s designs.  After it was fired and designed, it was then two-toned so that it is black-and sienna.  Highlighting various areas on the bowl makes them stand out.  This piece is from 1994 and it is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.  It is signed, “Kevin Naranjo and Maria Rose”.  It has a Second Place Ribbon from the 1994 Santa Fe Indian Market.  The judges were R. Pardington and Dextra Quotskuyva.  Their collaborative work can also be found at museums, such as the Denver Art Museum.

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Naranjo, Kevin (b. 1972)

Kevin is a son of noted potter Geri Naranjo and a brother of Monica Romero. He is known for the realism of his etched pottery and over the years has won numerous awards for his pottery at Santa Fe Indian Market and the Heard Museum Market.

Naranjo, Marian Rose (b. 1950)

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Marian Naranjo is a sister of noted potter Paul Naranjo and an aunt of Luciano Naranjo. In the 1970's she worked with Ernest Naranjo and they signed their work together. In the 1990's she made pottery for Kevin Naranjo and they signed their work together.
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