Double Pot tells a story by Ida Sahmie Nampeyo, Hopi

 

 

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The double bowl pot that we use for our site "logo" was
created by Ida Sahmie Nampeyo as a tribute to the joining
of Hopi and Navajo traditions through her marriage to her
Hopi husband.

Ida Sahmie was born Navajo in 1960 near Pine Springs,
AZ She learned weaving from her mother and grandmother,
but soon gave it up, feeling she did not have sufficient
patience to weave.

In the mid 1980s She married Andrew “Louie” Sahmie, a
Hopi and moved in with her husband on the Hopi reservation.

She learned Hopi pottery and designs from her mother-in-law,
Priscilla Namingha, a direct descendant of the renowned Hopi
potter, Nampeyo.


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