Santa Clara incised miniature by Susan Romero (Pho Sa We)

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Santa Clara incised miniature by Susan Romero (Pho Sa We)

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2 1/4" diameter x 2" high

complex geometric and naturalistic images

excellent condition

1993

ex: Private Collection, 1993

$400.* SALE (price reduced from $500.)

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Susan Romero is the daughter of Joseph Lonewolf and her incised pots are equally works of art, as are those of her father. She signs her pots with her native name, which means "Snowflake".  This pot is very complex, with images of prancing and dignified deer, a crouching cat (??panther), and clouds, all linked by Lightening. She has textured the background with various delicate lines, perhaps representing rain.

The result is a fascinating seed jar that encourages the viewer to study it in its complexity. It is beautiful and is beautiful. The price is very reasonable.