Laguna Pottery

Laguna Pueblo has a relatively small pottery production, but much of what it does produce is of very high quality indeed. Similar in form and decoration to the pottery of neighboring Acoma Pueblo, Laguna pieces are often characterized by bolder designs.

Laguna Pueblo is located approximately 45 miles west of Albuquerque in New Mexico.

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Cheromiah, Evelyn

#7070
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Evelyn Cheromiah, Roadrunnner Clan, b. 1928.

Sienna and black over white background.

Evelyn Cheromiah and Gladys Paquin are largely esponsible for the revival of Laguna pottery in the twentieth century.  Both are now regarded as elder masters at the Pueblo.

Height: 5 1/2
Diameter: 7"

Cheromiah, Evelyn

#7151
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Evelyn Cheromiah, Roadrunnner Clan, b. 1928.

Also in sienna and black over white background.

Evelyn Cheromiah and Gladys Paquin are largely esponsible for the revival of Laguna pottery in the twentieth century.  Both are now regarded as elder masters at the Pueblo.

Height: 6" 
Diameter: 7"

Cheromiah, Lee Ann

#7152
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Lee Ann Cheromiah, Roadrunner Clan, b. 1954.
 
Fine thinwalled example of a traditional olla.
 
Sienna and black geometric designs over white background.
 
Height: 6 5/8
Diameter: 7 3/8"

Lente, Marquis

#7149
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Fine example of a traditional olla.  Four-quadrant bird design with rainbow band.
 
Orange and black over white.
 
Height: 7 3/4"
Diameter: 8 5/8"

Paquin, Gladys

#7599
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Another  traditional olla from this master of contemporary Laguna pottery.
 
Dragonflies, leaves and clouds with rainbow band.  Sienna and black over white.
 
Height: 8 1/4"
Diameter: 9"

Sarracino, Myron

#7157
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Myron Sarracino (Kaa Oaa Dinn Naa), b. 1967, is a premier Laguna Pueblo potter.  He studied under the master, Gladys Paquin.
 
Large, exceptional Tularosa Revival olla in spiral-and-step design.
 
Black on white.
 
Height: 10 1/4"
Diameter: 9"