Santa Clara miniature seed jar by Gregory Lonewolf

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Santa Clara miniature seed jar by Gregory Lonewolf

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1" diameter x 1" high

ex: Andrea Fisher Gallery, Santa Fe, 2005; Private Collection

excellent condition

$500.*SALE (Reduced from $600.)

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Greg Lonewolf is the son of Joseph Lonewolf, the grandson of Camilio Tafoya, the nephew of Grace Medicine Flower, and the brother of Rosemary "Apple Blossom" Lonewolf Tafoya and of Susan Romero. This illustrious family is one of the most talented families in contemporary Pueblo art and Greg's work certainly confirms that heritage.

This very little miniature is filled with sgraffito designs, steady and elegant painting, and a remarkable composition with the rabbit's image in the grass rounding the top of the jar and descending the side. The use of colored clay in various places really affirms that this miniature is art. Remarkable because it is executed on a 3-dimensional tiny surface! Greg achieves texture and depth in his design as well. 

This is a wonderful opportunity to own a jewel of pottery.