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Susan "Snowflake" Romero Native American Red Seed Ball

Susan "Snowflake" Romero Native American Red Seed Ball

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From Cleveland, OH

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Susan Romero has been active from 1972 to the present, and learned to etch her pottery from her father Joseph Lonewolf. She signs her pieces with her Tewa name, "Pho-Sa-We" or "Snowflake". This piece was also etched with the cartouche of a snowflake and what looks like a hummingbird, and the symbol "M-47". The dimensions for this piece are approximately 2" in diameter and 1 1/2" in height. Her pottery is highly polished and intricately etched with detailed imagery. They are very complicated pieces. Susan works primarily on sgraffito red ware seed pots, miniatures. Her techniques of scratching the design into the surface of the clay allows her to create numerous levels by contrasting the color of the clay. The polished, red and tan matte colorations become her palate for the designs. This is an older piece, it was purchased over 20 years ago and I don't recall exactly when it was made It is in original excellent condition.

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