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Hilda Coriz

About Hilda Coriz
(1949-2007) Hilda Coriz was a potter from Santa Clara.  Her brother, Robert Tenorio, was also a very well known potter. This artist is cited as having been active since 1968 in the book Southern Pueblo Pottery 2000 Artist Biographies by Gregory Schaff. She is also included in Dillingham's Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. Hilda Coriz exhibits annually at the SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe and the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show.

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About the Artist (1949-2007) Hilda Coriz was a potter from Santa Clara.  Her brother, Robert Tenorio, was also a very well known potter. This artist is cited as having been active since 1968 in the book Southern Pueblo Pottery 2000 Artist Biographies by Gregory Schaff. She is also included in Dillingham's Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. Hilda Coriz exhibits annually at the SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe and the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show.
Medium Hand-coiled and painted pottery bowl
Size 3 1/2" height X 8" maximum diameter
Signed "Hilda Coriz" in black underneath bowl followed by outline of olla
Date of creation Circa 2005
Condition Excellent
Design Polychrome stew bowl
Provenance Richard Howard estate