Native American Hopi Handbuilt and Handpainted Pot
Native American Hopi Handbuilt and Handpainted Pot by Fawn Navasie
Fawn Navasie-Garcia created this beautifully painted pot with designs harkening back to the Sikyatki (ancestral Hopi) pottery. The designs on this pot are all rain and cloud patterns from those ancient vessels. Fawn is the niece of Frog Woman, daughter of the late Eunice "Fawn" Navasie, and sister to Dawn Navasie and Dolly Joe. James Garcia Nampeyo is her husband. Fawn is an accomplished potter and has shown at several major venues throughout the Southwest. She has been featured at shows in Santa Fe, NM, the Heard Museum in Arizona, and elsewhere. She is included in Gregory Schaaf's "Hopi-Tewa Potters," Rick Dillingham's "Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery," and "Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni" by Hayes and Blom. She signs her pieces with her hallmark "Fawn" and hoof print.
9 in. dia. x 6 in. tall