Glendora Fragua Daubs (1958- )

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Picture of Glendora Fragua DaubsGlendora Fragua Daubs, Jemez Pueblo, Corn Clan. Glendora was born in 1958 to Manuel and Juanita Fragua. Gendora most likely learn her pottery skills from her mother, who also taught Dennis Daubs. Glendora has won numerous awards from Santa Fe Indian Market and others from New Mexico State Fair in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial, Gallup New Mexico. Glendora Fragua Daubs is respected among Jemez potters. Her style finds its roots among her Tewa cousins, Tony Da, Camillio Tafoya, Joseph Lonewolf and Grace Medicine Flower. Glendora's work draws more from Jemez traditions, giving her work a unique character.




Photo by Bill Bonebrake. Courtesy of Jill giller and Gregory Schaaf

Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2,000 Artist Biographies by Gregory Schaaf.



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