(1929-1994) A member of the Acoma community, Grace Chino was active making pottery between the 1950's through 1994. Her mother was the extremely well-regarded potter, Marie Z. Chino.
She made traditional polychrome and black on white jars, bowls, seed pots, wedding vases and miniatures. Designs frequently associated with this clay artist are parrots, clouds, rain as well as an optical four petal pattern.
Grace's awards spanned two decades. Her work was included in the Seven Families in Pueblo Pottery exhibition in 1974. Permanent collections featuring her work include the Peabody Museum at Harvard University as well as the Albuquerque Museum in Albuquerque Museum.