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Kathleen Wall

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Kathleen Wall is world-renown potter from Jemez known for her whimsical Koshare clown figures and masks. Kathleen's father, Steve Wall, is a Chippewa stone sculptor, while her mother Fannie Loretto, is a well known Jemez potter. Naturally, Kathleen knew she wanted to work in clay. "When you're absolutely surrounded by it, you can't help it," she says, "I picked clay as an art form because I grew up with it. It came naturally, but it didn't come easily." Kathleen graduated from the Institute of American Indian Art and her work has become a part of the permanent collection at the IAIA Museum. When she entered her work for the first time for judging at Indian Market in Santa Fe, she went home with the top honors in the ceramic sculpture category.

The sitting clown shown here holds a bowl with watermelon slices and there is a piece of pottery on his side. It measures 15 1/2 inches tall.

  • Item No.: A1648
  • Artist: Kathleen Wall
  • Size: 15.5 in H
  • Price: 1,600




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