Patricia Lowden Parrot Seed Pot-Indian Pueblo Store
Patricia Lowden Parrot Seed Pot-Indian Pueblo Store
Patricia Lowden Parrot Seed Pot-Indian Pueblo Store
Patricia Lowden Parrot Seed Pot-Indian Pueblo Store
Patricia Lowden Parrot Seed Pot-Indian Pueblo Store
Patricia Lowden Parrot Seed Pot-Indian Pueblo Store
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Patricia Lowden Parrot Seed Pot

Item Number: 125717
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Description
Handcrafted using all natural clay acclaimed Acoma Pueblo artist Patricia Lowden, created this traditional seed pot highlighting her skill and artistry using the techniques passed on to her through generations. The parrot and geometric designs featured throughout represent elements of nature and are painted carefully by hand.

Patricia was born into the Acoma Sun Clan. She is the great-granddaughter of Lupe Chavez; granddaughter of Jessie Garcia; p. granddaughter of Andrea Lowden; daughter of Anita Garcia Lowden; niece of Marcus Garcia, Chester Garcia, Lori Garcia, Tina Garcia and Stella Shutiva; and sister of Jerilyn Emanuel. Patricia is known for her Ancestral Pueblo revival black-on-white and traditional pots.

Bowl measures 5-1/2" long and wide and stands 3-3/8" tall. Comes with certificate of authenticity.

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