Adobe Gallery Blog

The Song of the Lark

Category: General | Posted by Todd | Fri, Mar 29th 2024, 1:41pm
Their pottery was the most direct appeal to water, the envelope and sheath of the precious element itself"
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What is a Heartline?

Category: Pottery | Posted by Todd | Mon, Sep 11th 2023, 4:03pm
The heartline is used primarily by Zuni Pueblo potters and can be seen in many animals – usually a deer, called a Heartline Deer. The line from th...
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GROUNDED IN CLAY the spirit of Pueblo Pottery

Category: Pottery | Posted by Todd | Mon, Aug 14th 2023, 11:41am
GROUNDED IN CLAY the spirit of Pueblo Pottery
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Native American Heritage Day

Category: General | Posted by Todd | Fri, Nov 25th 2022, 12:28pm
It is Black Friday but, more importantly, it is Native American Heritage Day, celebrated annually on the day after Thanksgiving, this year November...
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What is Warp and Weft?

Category: Other Art Objects | Posted by Todd | Sat, Jun 11th 2022, 12:05pm
In weaving, the weft (sometimes woof) is the term for the thread or yarn which is drawn through, inserted over-and-under, the lengthwise warp yarns...
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Visit Canyon Road in Santa Fe

Category: General | Posted by Todd | Thu, Jun 2nd 2022, 11:36am
Santa Fe is a small city but has third largest art market in the United States. One hundred of those galleries are on Canyon Road, including Adobe ...
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Tradition and Innovation, Santa Clara artists Pablita Velarde and Helen Hardin

Category: Paintings | Posted by Todd | Sat, May 28th 2022, 3:35pm
Mother-daughter artists Pablita Velarde and Helen Hardin drew from the traditions and imagery of their cultures in the expression of their distinct...
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A Century of Hopi-Tewa Pottery: From Nampeyo of Hano to Mark Tahbo

Category: Pottery | Posted by Todd | Sat, May 28th 2022, 3:12pm
This 2017 exhibit showcases the evolution of Hopi-Tewa pottery, from the works of legendary potter Nampeyo of Hano to contemporary works by Mark Ta...
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Aguilar Sisters Historic Pottery of Santo Domingo Pueblo 2019

Category: Pottery | Posted by Todd | Sat, May 28th 2022, 2:32pm
At the turn of the twentieth century, Felipita Aguilar Garcia and Asunción Aguilar Caté—sisters from Santo Domingo Pueblo—were creating pottery in ...
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Pieces of the Past: Adobe Gallery’s Al Anthony and his passion for Pueblo pottery

Category: Pottery | Posted by Todd | Sat, May 28th 2022, 2:11pm
When Al Anthony talks about historic Pueblo pottery, the glow in his eyes suggests the same contained fire that baked so many of his showpieces in ...
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Adobe Gallery, Santa Fe, 45th Anniversary

Category: General | Posted by Todd | Fri, May 27th 2022, 12:14pm
At the foot of Canyon Road sits the small but mighty Adobe Gallery. Specializing in Native American work from the late-19th and early-20th centurie...
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Historic Zuni Pottery Special Exhibit and Catalog 2008

Category: Pottery | Posted by Todd | Tue, May 24th 2022, 11:50am
An exhibit of historic Pueblo pottery and other art forms and older jewelry from Zuni Pueblo that occurred at Adobe Gallery on July 31, 2008 until ...
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