Mata Ortiz Pottery. In the village of Mata Ortiz, master potter Juan Quezada, inspired by ancient potsherds, leads a renaissance of the region's native art tradition. Contemporary work reflecting art of indigenous Hopi, Zuni, Acoma Indians and others, has come to be known as Mata Ortiz Pottery. Unlike most U.S. potters, those in Mata Ortiz use local, naturally occurring clay. First, the potters dig the clay, then use a unique water filtration process that produces a very fine clay body.
The ultimate list of vegetarian recipes for Christmas day, Boxing day and beyond – from writer, stylist and cook Anna Jones of We Are Food fame. Inspired by Pinterest, she's sharing her Goodwill Pie, Christmas day breakfast vegeree, Cranberry and pear tart with an oat, pecan and honey crust, as well as much, much more...
Zhaoming Wu (b. 1955) is a Chinese-born painter. Wu grew up in Guangzhou City, China. He received his BFA from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and his MFA from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco, California. He currently teaches painting at the Academy of Art University and resides in the San Francisco Bay area.
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