Alicia Kelsey Chino (American, Acoma Pueblo, b. 1979) created this large seedpot using traditional methods, including a hand-coiled and scraped pot form and fine-line hand-painting in a complex flower design that stretches from edge to edge on top of the pot. The pot is painted before firing. Red clay dots highlight the delicate, evenly-formed pattern. Signed on the bottom, “A. Chino”. Size: 5.25" W x 2" H.
Artist Bio: Alicia Kelsey Chino (Native American, Acoma Pueblo, b. 1979) is a daughter of noted potter Darla Davis and a granddaughter of Rachel J. White. She learned to make pottery from her mother. She is known for her traditional style designs.
Beautiful rendition of a unique Acoma pottery design.
Alicia Kelsey Chino, Acoma Seedpot with a Hand-painted Flower Design