Native Pottery Demonstration Jacob Frye (Tesuque Pueblo)
Join Tesuque Pueblo potter, Jacob Frye, in this virtual demonstration hosted by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Frye is a fourth-generation potter and painter and his passion for art and learning started when he was five years old, working alongside his parents with clay and other art forms.
Frye is inspired by great Renaissance Pueblo artists like artist Nampeyo (Hopi-Tewa), who gave life to Sityatki polychrome. In addition, his influences include Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso), who reestablished black-on-black pottery, and his great-grandfather Thomas Vigil “Pan Yo Pin” (Tesuque), who produced watercolor paintings in the 1900s.
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