8 1/2" Signed Mildred Antonio Native American Acoma Pottery Olla Bear & Birds Southwest Pottery8 1/2" Signed Mildred Antonio Native American Acoma Pottery Olla Bear & Birds Southwest Pottery8 1/2" Signed Mildred Antonio Native American Acoma Pottery Olla Bear & Birds Southwest Pottery8 1/2" Signed Mildred Antonio Native American Acoma Pottery Olla Bear & Birds Southwest Pottery8 1/2" Signed Mildred Antonio Native American Acoma Pottery Olla Bear & Birds Southwest Pottery

Beautiful Acoma Pottery Olla by Master Artisan Mildred Antonio! This rare piece features Heartline Bears and Birds, elaborately decorated! This piece features a brilliant white slip background. Black and terracotta design work stands out Beautifully on the white slip making for an Amazing work of art! This Olla/ Jar measures 8 1/2" tall and 7" across approx. A similar but larger -16"- Olla by Mildred Antonio sold at auction for $1600 in September 2013. Beautiful condition! Signed on bottom "M. Antonio Acoma N.M." Some info about this talented and important artist (courtesy of the internet):

Mildred Antonio, member of the Eagle Clan, is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born into the Acoma Pueblo in 1937. She was inspired to learn the art of working with clay at the age of 15. Mildred watched her aunt, Marie Torivio, construct her pottery and this sparkedan interest in her. Marie taught her all the fundamentals of working with clay using ancient traditional methods. Mildres has also been to several art shows to view the art of other pottery artists and gather some ideas for her own work.

Mildred specializes in the hand coiled traditional Acoma pottery. She is known for her swirl patterns, checker board patterns, and wild antelpe designs incorporated with flowers. She gathers her clay from within the Acoma Pueblo. The clay is hand soaked, cleaned hand mixes, hand coiled, hand sanded, hand painted, and fired outdoors, with natural pigments. Mildred gathers natural flowers and other pigments to boil her own colors on her masterpieces. Mildred signs her pottery as: M. Antonio, Acoma . She is related to the following artists: Santana Antonio (mother-in-law), Milissa Antonio (daughter-in-law), and Frederica Antonio (daughter-in-law).

Awards:

-1991 New Mexico State Fair 2nd Place

Publications:

-Indian Artist Magazine -Southwestern Indian Pottery 1999 Edition -Southern Pueblo Pottery 2,000 Artist Biographies

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8 1/2" Signed Mildred Antonio Native American Acoma Pottery Olla Bear & Birds Southwest Pottery

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