Storytellers and Other Figurative Pottery
In 1964, Helen Cordero of Cochiti pueblo created the first storyteller, a clay image of her grandfather with five children clinging to him. Here the reader will find the most extensive collection of storytellers ever gathered in print. Over 400 pieces by nearly 150 artists are shown in full color, and organized by pueblo.
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11 children 12 piece 9 piece Acoma Adobe Gallery Andrews Pueblo Gallery Armand and Barbara Arquero artists Barbara Winfield Bing Crosby's Brett Bastien Cajero Chosa clay Clown Cochiti Concha corn Cornfigure Courtesy of Adobe Courtesy of Andrews Courtesy of Armand Courtesy of Bing Courtesy of Indian Courtesy of Jim Courtesy of Palms Courtesy of Turquoise Dorothy and Paul Drummer Female story Female storyteller 11 figurative pottery Foutz Trading Company Fragua Gachupin Gutierrez Helen Cordero Herrera Indian Post Indian Traders West Inez ISBN Isleta Jewelry Jim Silva Keams Canyon Kiva Lucero Male storyteller Marilyn Mary and Leonard Mary Ellen Mexico Mudhead Naranjo Nativity 12 Nativity 7 piece Nativity 9 Navajo Ortiz painted Palms Trading Company Pecos private collection Quintana River Trading Company Romero Sando Santa Clara Seonia softcover Stella storyteller 1 child storyteller 4 children Suina Taos teller 8 children Tesuque Toya traditional Trujillo Tsosie Turquoise Lady Wind River Trading