Luann Tafoya Wedding Vase

LuAnn Tafoya – Important Native American monumental black wedding vase.

Dimensions: H 21-1/2″.

Signed on bottom. stabilized cracks, see images

LuAnn Tafoya (born 1938 in Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico) is a Native American potter. Like her mother, Margaret Tafoya, and her grandmother Sara Fina Tafoya, she creates large ceramic pieces using traditional methods. She is known for her large, highly polished black and red vessels decorated with variations on classic imagery and forms, like traditional bear paw imprints, the clouds, birds, kiva steps, winds and gourds.

Her work is in collections across the US, including the Heard Museum, the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, the National Museum of the American Indian and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Condition: Note stabilized cracks. These are visible in the images.

Price: Upon Request

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