SIGNED pot by noted Hopi/Tewa artist
Native American Indian pottery bowl or plate, Hopi in origin, signed 'K. Collateta, Hopi'. Believed to have been made about 1980-1990 by noted Hopi/Tewa artist Kathleen Collateta (biography follows). 3 5/8" in diameter; 2 1/8" tall. Hand painted in two colors (black and red) with Sikyatki-revival type design, the style made famous by Nampeyo. Condition is excellent; we can find no damage to report. Colors are vivid and we do not find any wear to the painted design. Perfect for any collection of vintage Indian pottery!
Native American Indian pieces of this quality and vintage are fast disappearing into museums and private collections...don't miss this opportunity to add a SPECIAL PIECE to your collection!!
Guaranteed to please!
Biography: Kathleen Collateta
Kathleen Collateta was born on November 24, 1969. She is of Jemez, Hopi-Tewa and Navajo descent. Her mother is Antonita Chosa of Jemez Pueblo. Her father is Tom Collateta Sr., who is Hopi-Tewa and Navajo.
Kathleen was fortunate to be raised by creative parents. Her mother is known for her pottery and embroidery while her father is known for his Kachina dolls. Kathleen is a member of the Sun Clan from her mother's side of the family.... read more