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Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni

 (Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to)
When this book first appeared in 1996, it was “Pottery 101,” a basic introduction to the subject. It served as an art book, a history book, and a reference book, but also fun to read, beautiful to look at, and filled with good humor and good sense. After twenty years of faithful service, it’s been expanded and brought up-to-date with photographs of more than 1,600 pots from more than 1,600 years. It shows every pottery-producing group in the Southwest, complete with maps that show where each group lives. Now updated, rewritten, and re-photographed, it's a comprehensive study as well as a basic introduction to the art.

Hopi-Tewa Pottery: 500 Artist Biographies, Ca. 1800-Present, With Value/Price Guide Featuring over 20 Years of Auction Records (American Indian Art Ser)

 (Hopi-Tewa Pottery: 500 Artist Biographies, Ca. 1800-Present, With Value/Price Guide Featuring over 20 Years of Auction Records (American Indian Art)
This book is designed to introduce people to the artists and to their fine art pottery. Featuring 450 illustrations of artist portraits, historic village scenes, authentic signatures and hallmarks, pottery making and hundreds of pots, the volume profiles 500 artists over the past two centuries.The first three chapters address three main questions: "Who are the Hopi-Tewa people?" "How do we evaluate Hopi-Tewa pottery?" "How is Hopi-Tewa pottery made?" The center of the book is filled with 500 biographies, arranged alphabetically for easy reference. The survey collected information in 25 fields, including the artist's culture, language, village, clan, active years, types of artwork, lifespan, family, education, teachers, students, awards, demonstrations, exhibitions, collections, techniques, materials, favorite designs, galleries, publications, and twenty years of auction records. Many completed a personal statement, "I enjoy creating artwork, because..."Following the biographies are family tree charts, hallmarks and signatures, as well as special sections on pottery types and styles, 100 designs and symbols, the language of the potters in Hopi, Tewa, and English, and an extensive bibliography.

Navajo and Hopi Art in Arizona: Continuing Traditions

 (Navajo and Hopi Art in Arizona: Continuing)
Arizona's Navajo and Hopi cultures span multiple generations, and their descendants continue to honor customs from thousands of years ago. Contemporary artists like Hopi katsina doll carver Manuel Chavarria and Navajo weaver Barbara Teller Ornelas use traditional crafts and techniques to preserve the stories of their ancestors. Meanwhile, emerging mixed-media artists like Melanie Yazzie expand the boundaries of tradition by combining Navajo influences with contemporary culture and styles. Local author Rory Schmitt presents the region's outstanding native artists and their work, studios and inspirations.

Hopi Katsina: 1,600 Artist Biographies (American Indian Art Series) (American Indian Art (Numbered))

 (Hopi Katsina: 1,600 Artist Biographies (American Indian Art Series) (American Indian Art)
The volume is desinged as a standard reference and provides biographical information on 1,623 Hopi Katsina carvers from 1840 to the present. The alphabetical design allows one to look up an individual artist in 30 seconds or less. We hope everyone interested in Hopi Katsina dolls will find this easy reference to be helpful.

The Hopi (True Books: American Indians)

 (The Hopi (True Books: American)
Describes the Hopi way of life, including their villages, families, farms, and reaction to the white settlers.

Hopi Kachinas: History, Legends, and Art

 (Hopi Kachinas: History, Legends, and)
Chronological vignettes and text encompassing Hopi history, culture, ceremonies, and legends provide a background for the remarkable paintings and sculptures of Hopi artists that surfaced from the Pecinas' studies and visits with the Hopi. Distinctive pieces of Hopi art, Kachina carvings, and peerless paintings of Katsina celebrations are the centerpiece for the story of the Katsinam and the essence of this work.

A Hopi Flute Clan Migration Story: A Hopi Elder Interprets Rock Art Through Clan Tradition

 (A Hopi Flute Clan Migration Story: A Hopi Elder Interprets Rock Art Through Clan)
Hopi Elder Leroy Lewis, of First Mesa, tells his personal story of the Flute clan migrations using rock art images from his native Hopi mesas and beyond. As a Flute clan member his interpretations of both petroglyph and pictograph panels, often featuring the flute player, offer a unique perspective on his clan history. Accompanied by the stunning rock art photography of Terry Swanson and line drawings by author and artist L.G. LaDage, the reader will delight in this intimate journey shared for the first time by a Native American.

Native American and Southwestern Silver Hallmarks

 (Native American and Southwestern Silver)
This comprehensive reference guide is 8 1/2" x 11" and 507 pages, and is the product of many years of research. The book identifies Native American silversmith or designer hallmarks on silver, and includes over 4000 entries and more than 5600 images. Most silversmith entries include a brief bio. The book covers 73 Indian tribes, including Hopi, Navajo, Zuni, Rio Grande pueblos and much more. The book describes the history of hallmarks on Native American silver, including those of The Indian Arts and Crafts Board, The United Indian Traders Association, The Hopi Silver Craft Guild, The Navajo Arts and Crafts Guild and The Zuni Craftsmen Cooperative Association. There are sections on Trader Codes and how to date Southwestern silver. The section on hallmark symbols includes over 800 photographs. The book is fully indexed and cross-referenced...the collector and dealer "go-to" reference!

Neil David's Hopi World

 (Neil David's Hopi World)
‘An informative and accessible pictorial history of the Hopi Indians illustrated with pen and ink drawings by Hopi/Tewa artist Neil David ,Sr. David, who has been called the Hopis' Norman Rockwell, is noted for meticulous detail in his works and speaking his mind through the antics of the Koshare clown. Inspired by David's illustration, the authors tell the story behind these images, which capture some of the most important events and milestones in Hopi history from the Pueblo Rebellion against the Spaniards to living and coping with government edicts and intruders from the dominant American society during the late 19th through the 21st centuries. Each image is accompanied by a historical essay that further explores topics that have influenced the Hopi culture, shaped the Hopi society, and impacted David's life in the Hopi world. Historians, ethnologists, anthropologists, and art lovers will all appreciate the social, political, and cultural insights presented through Hopi eyes.’

Hopi (Moqui) Indians Snake Kiva Oraibi Pueblo Photograph (9x12 Art Print, Wall Decor Travel Poster)

Hopi Indians Art (Hopi (Moqui) Indians Snake Kiva Oraibi Pueblo Photograph (9x12 Art Print, Wall Decor Travel)

Native American Indian, the Potter (Nampeyo) Hopi Print Wall Art By Edward S. Curtis

Hopi Indians Art (Native American Indian, the Potter (Nampeyo) Hopi Print Wall Art By Edward S.)

Hopi Indian women grinding corn meal, Walpi, Arizona, 1912 Print Wall Art By Robert Wilson Shufeldt

Hopi Indians Art (Hopi Indian women grinding corn meal, Walpi, Arizona, 1912 Print Wall Art By Robert Wilson)
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