Tis the season, to give a gift handmade with love, passed down from one generation to the next, pottery has been a preserved cultural art form on the Santa Domingo Pueblo for centuries. Known to the indigenous as “Kewa” this traditional Pueblo is a short drive through the mountains in Santa Fe. Each piece is created over a month period, the clay is first dug by a member of the Bailon family. The black paint is handcrafted from wild spinach. The tree is carefully shaped and then painted before firing in an outdoor pit. Made by a dear friend of the Turkoi family, by pueblo artist Ryland Bailon. Allow artistic variation, it is a traditionally made pottery piece where the artist requests creative freedom.
Hallmarked “Ryland Bailon” by Santa Domingo artist . Sterling Silver, Native American Certificate of Authenticity included.
Portion of all proceeds goes to monthly cultural art education for Cochiti Pueblo Youth.
2.75 x 3