SHOPS | MAY 2023
Photo description (right to left): Image of Adrian Wall. Image of earrings created by Adrian Wall.
Acoma Pueblo potters are renowned for their thin walled hand coiled pots with fine line painting and vivid geometric patterns, often symbolizing elements from nature. Acoma Pueblo is the oldest continually inhabited community in the United States. The Pueblo of Acoma consists of several villages, but the best known is the one referred to as Sky City, which sits on a 357 foot mesa just 60 miles west of Albuquerque.
Shop our great selection of traditional and contemporary Acoma pots at the Colleen Cloney Duncan Shop at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and the Spiegelberg Shop at the New Mexico History Museum. Artists include C. Estevan, M.C. Antonio, B.D. Garcia, V. Seymour, and A. Chino.
We are proud to present renowned Jemez Pueblo sculptor and glass artists, Adrian Wall's glass earrings on sterling wires. Find his jewelry at the Rosalie D. and Steven J. Harris Shop at the New Mexico Museum of Art Shop and the Colleen Cloney Duncan Shop at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.