Acoma Pueblo potter Lucy Martin Lewis is one of the most famous potters in southwest history. She was an active potter from 1920-1990 and was responsible for Anasazi revival black-on-white and traditional polychrome ollas, jars, bowls, vases, pitchers, canteens and figures.
This uniquely shaped 7” x 9” Cochiti bowl is unsigned and has traditional designs painted both inside and out. It is a fine and different example of small Cochiti work that is sure to stand out in any collection.
This pot was made circa 1960 by the famous and well known artist Maria Poveka. It has slight imperfections but overall the pot has her signature high shine. This pot measures 4 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches in diameter.