Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery by Harrison Begay, Jr. Harrison Begay was raised near Keams Canyon, Arizona, in the small Navajo community of Jeddito. In college, he trained as a painter in a fine arts curriculum. He turned to pottery and began to enter his pieces in numerous awards, winning major awards from the '80s until the present. While married at Santa Clara, he learned the New Mexico pueblo style of pottery from his mother-in-law. He is regarded as one of today's major artists. His work is featured in important galleries, museums, and private collections around the world. He has certainly taken the traditional Santa Clara style and improvised upon it in a unique and innovative fashion. His work is unmistakable! He is considered to be one of the Native American pottery world's innovators. Having learned the Santa Clara Pueblo-style of pottery, his beautiful incised and polished works include black, red as well as brown-fired pots with Navajo designs. This is an elegant and deeply carved piece in the unmistakable style of Harrison Begay Jr. It measures 5.5 inches in height, 4 inches wide and 6 inches long.