6 edition of The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz found in the catalog.
by Rio Nuevo Publishers
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Yolanda "Yoly" Ledezma is a potter who lives and works in Mata usually produces black and white on red vases, wedding vases and jars with quadrillos and ants incorporated in her designs. She was mentioned in the book The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz. THE MANY FACES OF MATA ORTIZ"Thin as Bone China, painted with exquisite precision, the best Mata Ortiz pots seem to float above a shelf like ceramic balloons, " writes Susan Lowell in The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz, which captures the beauty and magic of this emerging, indigenou.
Apr 7, - In the style of the ancient tradition of the Paquime, revived by the people of the village of Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua, Mexico in the late 20th century. See more ideas about Pottery, Native american pottery and Late 20th century pins. A lot of good information, and excellent photographs, many of them large. The author is one of the people who has been involved in the marketing of Mata Ortiz pottery, and the text does read at points like a promotional piece; it's probably best seen as a collectors' book, but /5.
VINTAGE MATA ORTIZ Pot By Jorge Quintana Signed - $ Vintage Mata Ortiz Pot by Potter. Made in the traditional method and fired outside.. No chips, in very good condition for age. signed by artist Jorge Quintana Artist/potter featured in the many faces of Mata Ortiz book Book not included Polaroid photo not included Comes with sand from were it was made. Wonderful geckos olla by Mata Ortiz Master Potter Roberto Banuelos. Roberto Banuelos is featured in the book The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz. His pottery has been included in almost all museum exhibits of Mata Ortiz art. The coloring of this olla is particularly attractive. Origin: .
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Out of 5 stars The Many Faces Of Mata Ortiz. Reviewed in the United States on September 7, Verified Purchase. This is the best pottery book I have ever found.
It is layed out in an informative, and beautiful manner. Not only is the pottery exquisite, but the photographs represent the pieces at their best.
It is easy to understand, and /5(38). "Thin as Bone China, painted with exquisite precision, the best Mata Ortiz pots seem to float above a shelf like ceramic balloons, " writes Susan Lowell in The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz, which captures the beauty and magic of this emerging, indigenous art Many Faces of Mata Ortiz introduces ceramic collectors to the remarkable village artists of Mata Ortiz in/5.
out of 5 stars The Many Faces Of Mata Ortiz. Reviewed in the United States on September 7, Verified Purchase.
A great book on Mata Ortiz pottery, with a good section on how it's made. If you're already familiar with this wonderful pottery, you will want this book as a companion. If not, you should get it as an introduction/5. Get this from a library. The many faces of Mata Ortiz.
[Susan Lowell; W Ross Humphreys; Robin Stancliff;] -- Chronicles the extraordinary renaissance of ceramic art in the tiny village of Mata Ortiz in northern Mexico, a phenomenon sparked by the village woodcutter Juan. "The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz" is a treasure trove of information about the treasures that are the Mata Ortiz people and pottery.
It is well laid-out, well written, and well wonderful!. The only thing that would make my copy better are autographs by Juan Quezada himself and every other potter in the book.5/5(5). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz: The Postcard Book by Jim Hills, Jorge Quintana and Susan Lowell (, Calendar) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz (Book): Chronicles the extraordinary renaissance of ceramic art in the tiny village of Mata Ortiz in northern Mexico, a phenomenon sparked by the village woodcutter Juan Quezada, who gradually recreated the technology of ancient pre-Columbian masterpieces, until modern masterpieces also emerged from his own hands.
the publication of "The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz," a more comprehensive exposure is given to the talented artisans living there. No longer will Americans snub their noses at the Made in Mexico country of origin incredible pottery of Mata Ortiz has done much to dispel the notion.
The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz introduces ceramic collectors to the remarkable village artists of Mata Ortiz in northern Chihuahua, Mexico.
One hundred potters are featured, along with their most impressive works of. [MOST WISHED] The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz: The Postcard Book by. The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz (Book): Thin as Bone China, painted with exquisite precision, the best Mata Ortiz pots seem to float above a shelf like ceramic balloons, writes Susan Lowell in The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz, which captures the beauty and magic of this emerging, indigenous art Many Faces of Mata Ortiz introduces ceramic collectors to the remarkable village artists of.
Mata Ortiz is a small village in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, less than miles ( km) from the US-Mexico community is one of the designated localidades (localities) in the municipio libre (municipality) of Casas Grandes, one of several such pueblos in a wide, fertile valley long inhabited by indigenous Ortiz is located at the base of a mountain known as El Indio.
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Free shipping for many products!5/5(2). White Bear Center for the Arts introduces Mata Ortiz pottery to the community through its exhibition, “Mata Ortiz: Reviving an Ancient Tradition,” with an opening reception Sept.
12 from Mata Ortiz pottery is a recreation of the Mogollon pottery found in and around the archeological site of Casas Grandes (Paquimé) in the Mexican state of after the modern town of Mata Ortiz, which is near the archeological site, the style was propagated by Juan Quezada a learned on his own to recreate this ancient pottery and then went on to update it.
Jorge Quintana is considered one of the top masters of Mata Ortiz He has been included in practically all publications and museum exhibitions of Mata Ortiz pottery. This handsome tall olla has a wonderful rich terracotta-colored clay and is painted in beautiful flowing lines in white and black natural pigments.
Unique even within the established Mexican pottery centers, Mata Ortiz pottery has been quietly gaining a strong following within the collector and fine art worlds. This pottery movement begun by Juan Quezada can best be described as modern interpretations of 12th century indigenous pottery. Ismael Flores Mata Ortiz Fabulous Pottery.
Ismael Flores is an extremely talented potter and a virtuoso designer. His decorations contain both the cuadrito pattern (eye-dazzling designs of checker-board squares of different colors that seem to swim around the pot), as well as sweeping bands and lines in the Quezada style.
See the book The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz, page 94 for more information. Mata Ortiz pottery, or Casas Grandes, is one of the finest and most innovative ceramics in the world. Led by Juan Quezada, the entire pueblo of Mata Ortiz creates outstanding handmade, coiled pots or ollas, following centuries-old methods.
Inspired by the Paquime, Casas Grandes ceramics, the potters of Mata Ortiz create contemporary works of art, often incorporating Mimbres designs shared by. Eli Navarrete Polychrome Design Mata Ortiz Pottery. In the by now famous book on Mata Ortiz pottery, The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz we read the following about Eli Navarrete Ortiz: Eli Navarrete Ortiz is one of the finest second-generation potters from the Porvenir artistic ability and his application of paint are inspirational.
- Exquisite handmade pottery from the village of Mata Ortiz in Chihuahua, Mexico. See more ideas about Pottery, Handmade pottery and Native american pottery pins.The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz de Lowell, Susan; Hills, James; Rodriguez, Jorge Quintana en - ISBN - ISBN - RIO NUEVO PUBL - - /5(22).Mata Ortiz Pottery Casas Grandes (Paquime) is a prehistoric archeological ruin near Chihuahua, Mexico.
In the early 's, a Mexican railroad worker named Juan Quezada began reproducing pottery in the authentic traditions of Casas Grandes.