Polychrome Pottery by Noted Native American Artists

Polychrome pottery is described as a vessel decorated with three or more colors. Acoma artists have for decades been masters of combining colorful designs and patterns. Presently, we have dozens of examples for you to choose from. Come in to see the latest works from Diane Lewis, Franklin Peters and Sandra Victorino. We have work by other artists such as Patricia Daubs, Wesley Begay, Paul Lansing, Wilfred Garcia and Loretta Navasie. On hand will be a variety of inexpensive horsehair decoration pottery as well.

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