Glendora Fragua, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico, USA
Glendora's collection of blue ribbons grows each year after having won virtually every major award within the Native American pottery field for her scraffito work. This seed pot of scraffito dragonflies, abstracts, and turquoise inlay is totally handmade vase (no pottery wheel).
This is a new pot. Glendora did a custom order of pots for me in 2011 but they have been waiting for my website to go live and for me to find the time to photograph and post.
Glendora is known to be among the finest of potters of her generation. Please see further biographical info on her in the heading of her collection page.
Signed: Glendora's Cornstalk Log (see photos)
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