Tafoya, Camilio – Black & Red Jar with Feathers (1972)
This bowl by Camilio Tafoya is from 1972. It is fully polished and the design around the shoulder is a stylized feather pattern. The piece was then fired black-and-red. This distinctive coloration is one that was only used by Camilio and his children Joseph Lonewolf and Grace Medicine Flower. It was achieved during the firing, although nobody has been able to replicate the process. Note the coloration and technique is different from the black-and-sienna colorations on pottery by artists such as Tony Da. The contrast of the black and red is very striking on this piece. It is signed on the bottom “Camilio Sunflower Tafoya”. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, restoration or repair.
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