56718 Rondina Huma Hopi Tewa Pot 8" x 4" 2nd Mesa No Longer Available
Rondina Huma 1970's era Hopi Tewa 2nd Mesa pot measures approx. 8" x 4". Rondina Huma is certainly one of the most influential Hopi potters working today. Since her "Best of Show" award at Santa Fe Indian Market in the early 1990's. Her tight style and intricately painted pottery has changed the face of contemporary Hopi pottery. This piece is coil built, stone polished and painted with native clays and bee-weed (black). Then it is native fired. This jar is made with a dark red colored clay. The designs are painted around the entire surface of the jar. The deep black lines below the shoulder are followed by triangular patterns down to the base of the jar. The rim has concentric lines that display the perfect balance of the rim. The outstanding quality of her work along with the precision painting are a continual representation of her designs. Her pottery is a beautiful and visually important addition to every collection.
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