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Hand Coiled Pottery Making Demonstration
DATE:To Be Announced
TIME: To Be Announced
LOCATION: Pottery Of The Southwest Gallery
Jason Ebelacker, one of the important younger Santa Clara Pueblo potters to watch, shares some thoughts about handmade Southwestern Pottery. Learn how he shapes and accentuates his pottery designs. He is also noted for his suberb stone polishing technique and wonderful deep carving with crisp-edged which are indicative of his great grandmother, Margaret Tafoya.
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About The Artists
Jason Ebelacker – Santa Clara Pueblo
Jason has been quietly accepting the time honored Tafoya family tradition of large and exceptional traditional pottery forms. Jason is a son of Richard Ebelacker, a grandson of Virginia Ebelacker and a great-grandson of Margaret Tafoya. Jason learned to make pottery from his father Richard, and has been making pieces for the past ten years. His stone polishing is beautiful (and a large task on his large pieces); the deep carving includes both traditional designs and his own. Jason uses only traditional methods of hand-coil construction, shaping, polishing and carving each work before they are traditionally fired. Jason has won awards at Santa Fe Indian Market and his work can be found in museums and books on Santa Clara pottery.
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