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Gentle Black Polished Carved Bowl

Stella Chavarria

About Stella Chavarria

(1939-2000) Daughter of the famed Santa Clara potter, Teresita Naranjo, Stella has been actively making pottery since 1955. She has been exhibiting her work since 1955. Christina Naranjo, another potter, was Stella's grandmother.

Stella is featured in Stephen Trimble's book Talking with the Clay in pages 46-47, in Allan Hayes Southwestern Pottery on page 128, in Lillian Peaster's Pueblo Pottery Family, in Rick Dillingham's Fourteen Families on page 228 and in Gregory Schaff's new book Pueblo Indian Pottery on page 17.

Savvy Price $275.00

Gallery Price $350.00

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About the Artist

(1939-2000) Daughter of the famed Santa Clara potter, Teresita Naranjo, Stella has been actively making pottery since 1955. She has been exhibiting her work since 1955. Christina Naranjo, another potter, was Stella's grandmother.

Stella is featured in Stephen Trimble's book Talking with the Clay in pages 46-47, in Allan Hayes Southwestern Pottery on page 128, in Lillian Peaster's Pueblo Pottery Family, in Rick Dillingham's Fourteen Families on page 228 and in Gregory Schaff's new book Pueblo Indian Pottery on page 17.

Medium Hand-coiled blackware pottery
Size 3 1/2" height X 5 3/4" maximum diameter
Signed "Stella Chevarria Santa Clara Pueblo"
Date of creation Circa 1980
Condition Excellent
Provenance CNC