Voices in Clay: Pueblo Pottery from the Edna M. Kelly Collection [Paperback Edition] [SOLD]


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Bruce Bernstein
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C3906M
  • Date Published: 2001
  • Size: 115 pages
  • SOLD

VOICES IN CLAY – Pueblo Pottery from the Edna M. Kelly Collection

By Bruce Bernstein and J. J. Brody

Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio

 

From the Slip Cover of Hardback Edition:

“Voices in Clay: Pueblo Pottery from the Edna M. Kelly Collection is a dialogue between working Pueblo potters and the pottery made by their ancestors between 1880 and 1940.  A major exhibition of more than a hundred pots from the Edna M. Kelly collection of Native American Art were selected for exhibition by three award-winning potters: Steve Lucas, First Mesa Hopi-Tewa, Robert Tenorio from Santo Domingo and Elvis Torrez from San Ildefonso.  Dr. Bruce Bernstein, Assistant Director for Cultural Resources at the National Museum of the American Indian, the Smithsonian Institution, coordinated the study and selection of the pots.  He was assisted by Dr. J. J. Brody, professor emeritus from the University of New Mexico and one of the leading scholars of Southwest Indian art; and Tony Chavarria, Assistant Curator at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  The result is an engaging conversation between past and present, between spirit and clay.” 

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Bruce Bernstein
  • Subject: Native American Pottery
  • Item # C3906M
  • Date Published: 2001
  • Size: 115 pages
  • SOLD

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