Small Fine Line Geometric Vase by Adrienne Roy Keene (Acoma). Adrienne Roy Keene was born in 1956 and has been active making pottery since the 1970's. She is known for her Mimbres and Anasazi Revival black on white and polychrome designs.
Pre-Columbian pottery is a highly developed form of creative expression in South and Central America that began in the fourteenth century. The potters here are well known for their excellent clay work and each artisan works in small family groups to learn their art as a tradition passed down from generation to generation. The function of these small pots is temporary household storage, but throughout the years these practical pots and their unique designs have also become fine pieces of…
Coastal Rock Vase, ""Nature is so perfect. It's just all there -- the formations, the caves, the stones. What I attempt to express is my love and reverence for the beauty of this earth. Clay is my language." -- Anne
Cypriot Terracotta Trick Vase, Cypro-Archaic I, 750-600 BCThe vase is in the form of a bull. It was filled through the hollow foot and emptied through the hole in the bull’s mouth, which is a spout modified into a head. Trick vases of this kind first appear in Cypro-Geometric pottery.