Artist: Annette Romero
Tribe: Cochiti Pueblo
Dimensions: 2 ⅞ x 7 ½
Annette Tafoya Romero has been working with clay since the 1980s. She is from the Cochiti Pueblo and uses the traditional methods when crafting her pieces. Annette collects clay from the Pueblo and gathers cow manure from the pasture. Manure is used for traditional firings.
The Cochiti Pueblo is known for its traditional practices as well as its "story tellers."
This exquisite bowl features designs from the Pueblo including the traditional geometric patterns and symbols. The finish is highly polished and the black and white coloring against the natural clay will make this a stark addition to any Pueblo pottery collection.