The collection consists of a variety of examples, dating back as early as the 1860’s including; a pair of wonderful 1880’s food bowls from Tesuque, 19th century child’s water jars from Santo Domingo, Zia, San Ildefonso, San Juan and Laguna/Acoma;
“There is a ghost-like mystery to these 19th century and oh-so-impermanent pueblo pottery small bowls and jars; who made them; how long did they offer sustenance to families; why are they still here? Small pays homage to this mystery. ”
Following the success of such shows as Black and The Leaning Pitcher, Lyn A. Fox takes another bold step away from what is commonly considered ‘collectable’
Small opens at the Gallery’s new Canyon Road location inside Arroyo Gallery on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 with a reception beginning at 5pm and will run through September 30th, 2012. An online preview will be available at http://www.foxpueblopottery.com beginning August 1st, 2012. Show catalogs available on request August 1st.
About Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery specializes in fine examples of historic pottery from the pueblos of northern New Mexico with particular emphasis on historical pieces created at the beginning of the tourist market, especially utilitarian pottery with beautiful patterns of wear from home use. With an eye beyond the aesthetic, Lyn Fox aims to introduce collectors to the rich histories and love behind the pieces.
Contact Lyn A. Fox, Owner, (505) 577-0835, firstname.lastname@example.org. 200 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | http://www.foxpueblopottery.com Hi Res images available upon request