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Acoma Pottery

PD44 Acoma Angelina Medina seed pot

520.00

Native American Angelina Medina Acoma Seed pot.  As is often the case, the photo does not do justice to the pot. The relief is deep and the colors are vibrant. And, of course, Angelina Medina is a superb pottery artist. 1.5" x 7" diameter.
 

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Angelina Medina was born December 5, 1942, a member of the Bear Clan at Acoma, and has been an active pottery artist since the 1980s' Her work in hand-made polychrome pots has earned her many awards within the Native American arts community. Angelina is also a respected mentor and teacher. Her students have included Noreen Simplicio and Anderson Peynetsa.

Angelina Medina was born December 5, 1942, a member of the Bear Clan at Acoma, and has been an active pottery artist since the 1980s' Her work in hand-made polychrome pots has earned her many awards within the Native American arts community.

Angelina is also a respected mentor and teacher. Her students have included Noreen Simplicio and Anderson Peynetsa.