(Born 1961, Acoma) A member of the Yellow Corn clan, active making pottery since 1984, Concho's traditional as well as contemporary statements in clay take the form of seedpots, jars, bowls, miniatures and singing maidens.
Concho has won awards at Santa Fe's Indian Market since 1984, this artist has also received recognition for her pottery at the Heard Indian Market, the New Mexico State Fair, the Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial in Albuquerque and at the Northern Indian Pueblos Arts & Crafts Show. Most reference books covering American Indian pottery cite her contribution to the pottery world. The Peabody Museum's permanent collection at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts includes her work.
Rebecca Lucario is Carolyn's sister.