Billy Veale Anasazi Design Santo Domingo/Navajo Pottery
This Native American dough bowl is from the Santo Domingo Pueblo of New Mexico. The traditional piece measures approximately 8 inches tall x 10.25 inches wide. It is decorated with contiguous arranged squares depicting hunters from the Anasazi era in various configurations and under various times of the day. The pot is also painted on the inside.
Billy Veale hand coiled this piece with clay from the grounds of the Santo Domingo Pueblo. He fires his pottery outdoors with cottonwood bark and creates the black paint for his pieces using boiled wild Spinach. Billy uses a yucca paint brush as is traditional. Billy is the partner of Rose Pacheco, and was taught the art of working the clay by the true master, Robert Tenorio.
This is an impressive piece free from chips or cracks., measuring 8 inches tall by 10.25 inches wide.
Item No.: A1461
Artist: Billy Veale
Size: 8 in H x 10 1/4 in D