Wanda Aragon, Acoma Pueblo Potter

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From our Item #C3645A - a Third Place award at the 1999 Santa Fe Indian Market that year.  Wanda has received awards since 1975 and every year from 1987 to 1998 and constantly since then.

Signature of Wanda Aragon (1948 – present) Dzinats’ituwits’a

Award winning artist Wanda Aragon is perhaps the premier Acoma Pueblo potter in making exquisite miniature pottery vessels. Her jars, measuring less than 2 inches, are formed to perfection, and painted in unbelief precision.

Wanda Aragon has been recognized with awards for over 25 years at Santa Fe Indian Market, Heard Museum Show, Eiteljorg Museum Market, and many others. She is a traditionalist, following Acoma Pueblo traditions in gathering clay, respecting Mother Earth, and initiating life in her pottery.

Wanda Aragon (1948 - present) Dzinats'ituwits'a is the daughter of Frances Torivio and her sister is Lilly Salvador.

TAGS: Lolita ConchoSouthwest Indian Pottery: FigurinesAcoma PuebloLilly M. SalvadorFrances Torivio