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Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna potter
Andrew Rodriquez

Andrew Rodriquez is a young potter from Laguna Pueblo. His work reflects both the pueblo pottery tradition of beautifully formed pottery and a sensitive approach to modern idioms. In addition to his abstract figures, he also creates plaques with bas relief impressions that are highly prized. We are proud to have his pieces in our personal collection and to offer it to lovers of fine Pueblo pottery.


PL71 - Pottery Figure, bear flute player, white slip over native clay, cedar instrument. This Laguna flautist salutes the flute player or other musician in your family with it.
5" tall by 4" wide.
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna.
$225Satisfaction Guaranteed
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PM03 - Pottery, white slip, two bears embracing (are they dancing?), entitled "Bearly Love". Or should it be "Bearly Beloved?" Either way, it reinforces our love for Laguna Pueblo pottery.
7" tall
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna
$260 Satisfaction Guaranteed
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Laguna Pueblo turtle pot


PL78 - Pottery, turtle, white slip with feather. A modern touch from the Laguna Pueblo, by an elegant pueblo potter. Turtles represent long life. Beauty lives on.
3 1/2" x 3 1/2"
C. G., Laguna
$70
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PM05 - Pottery, terra cotta, Laguna Pueblo female figure, entitled "Silent Prayer", kneeling in prayer with hands gathered in front, a copper necklace adorns her neck. A moment of reverence captured in Laguna pottery.
8" x 4 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna

$320 Satisfaction Guaranteed
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Andrew Rodriquez Laguna plaque


PL73 - Pottery plaque of Laguna Pueblo spirit dancer, white relief with copper branches in hand. This is a genuine piece of pottery art that will bring drama to your wall.
16" x 10 1/2" wide
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna Pueblo
US$650 Satisfaction Guaranteed

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PM37 - Blues bear, pottery, playing a wooden horn, black matte slip
7" x 3" x 3 1/2"
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna Pueblo

US$90
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PM38 - Stag deer, black pottery, copper antlers
5" x 45" x 2"
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna Pueblo
US$55
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PM39 - White buffalo, pottery, with black horns
3 1/4" x 3" x 1 3/4"
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna Pueblo
US$45
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PM40 - White owl, black black face, turquoise eyes. Owl-collector's choice.
2 3/4" x 3"X 1 3/4"
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna Pueblo
US$35
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Laguna pottery horse


PL61- Pottery figure, Laguna Pueblo horse, with white slip and random brown markings. A splendid addition to any horse-lover's menagerie. Don't pass this one up.
6 1/2" high by 5" long.
Andrew Rodriquez, Laguna
$230
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PM93 - Wedding vase, white slip, twist handle, bear paw impression
5 1/2" x2 1/4"
Andrew Padilla, Laguna Pueblo
US$210
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Michael Kanteena Laguna potter


Michael Kanteena is a Laguna Pueblo potter who specializes in recreations of historic and pre-historic styles, such as those found in the ruins of Chaco Canyon and Mesa Verde. Recently, his studies of ancient pottery have led him to explore the design motifs of the Mimbres and ancient Mexican peoples, which also have found their way into his contemporarystyles.

As a result, his pots have a distinctive look that is not confused with other pueblo potters.

Michael lives at Laguna Pueblo with his wife, Cynthia, daughter, Shawnee, and son, Joseph. He received a BA in Fine Arts from Easern New Mexico University


PL85 - Canteen-style Laguna Pueblo pottery effigy of "Yellow Mana Katsina". A stunning object of contemporary pueblo pottery based on ancient pueblo traditions.
11 1/2" high by 3 " wide
Michael Kanteena, Laguna Pueblo
$330
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