Rachel Sahmie Nampeyo, Hopi Pueblo Potter


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Artist image source:  Fourteen Families In Pueblo Pottery by Rick Dillingham.

Artist Signature - Rachel Sahmie Nampeyo, Hopi-Tewa PotterHopi Pueblo artist Rachel Sahmie Nampeyo specialty is Sikyatki Revival shapes and designs brought back into popularity by her great grandmother, Nampeyo of Hano. She is an accomplished potter as is evident by her success in creating flattop seed jars.  Rachel has been actively potting from about 1970 to the present.

Rachel Sahmie Nampeyo (1956- ), Hopi Pueblo, is a daughter of Priscilla Namingha Nampeyo and has been an active potter since around 1970. She has seven siblings, all of whom are potters or Katsina doll carvers. Her brothers and sisters are Nyla Sahmie, Jean Sahme, Bonnie Chapella, Randy Sahmie, Andrew Sahmie, Foster Sahmie and Finkle Sahmie.

 

Artist image source:  Fourteen Families In Pueblo Pottery by Rick Dillingham.

Relative Links: Priscilla Namingha NampeyoNyla SahmieJean SahmeBonnie ChapellaFinkle SahmieSouthwest Indian PotteryHopi Pueblo, Contemporary Pottery

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