Art of clay: timeless pottery of the southwest
This book covers the lives and works of the historically most innovative potters such as Maria Martinez, Nampeyo, Popovi Da, and Margaret Tafoya, and 17 other ceramic artists who continue to change the world of southwestern art. Much of the art shown here has never been reproduced before in book form.
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Acknowledgements Helen Cordero
Maria Martinez Grace Medicine Flower
and Margaret Tafoya
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