Pottery currently available for purchase. All pottery is the result of years of research, trial and error while searching for the correct method and materials to accurately reproduce these ancient pottery types as closely as possible. Each pot is a unique, museum quality piece of art and is signed and numbered by the artist. If you are interested in any of the artwork displayed below please contact me through this website.
Wingate Black on Red Jar
Authentic reproduction of a Wingate Black on Red jar, the original is housed in the Dalles Museum of Art. Wingate Black on Red was made from about 1030 A.D. until 1175 A.D. in the White Mountains region of northern Arizona and eastern New Mexico, it is one of the first of the “White Mountain Red Ware” types. Black mineral paint on a highly polished limonite clay slip fired outdoors with juniper wood at the 2016 Southwest Kiln Conference in Springerville, Arizona. 8″ x 8″ $450
Maverick Mountain Polychrome Seed Jar
This is a reproduction of a prehistoric jar in the Besh Ba Gowah Museum in Globe, Arizona. Maverick Mountain Polychrome was made by Kayenta Anasazi immigrants who were moving south into southern Arizona in the late 1200s, it is often found in proximity to Salado polychromes, archaeologists have used MM Polychrome as an indicator that Kayenta immigrants may have resided in an area. Black mineral paint with white clay outlines and a polished red clay and hematite slip fired in an open mesquite fire. 6.5″ x 4″ $300