Rn Moquino in February 2012 on the Santa Clara Indian Pue blo at his home. Corn's works are greatly in demand.Corn was born in 1929. Corn Moquino has been making pottery in 1963. He is the son of Benina Moquino (Zia) and a Hopi father. He is married to Christine Herrara (Santa Clara) and creates his pottery in the Santa Clara Pueblo where he lives. His children Bernice, Melvin, Marvin, James and Michael are all potters. Corn Moquino has both Zia and Hopi heritage. Having married an individual from Santa Clara, his work. References traditional polished Santa Clara Blackware pottery decorated with incised designs. Corn Moquino participated in a group exhibition of Santa Clara pottery presented at the venerable Sid Deutsch Gallery in New York City in 1985. Moquino has won awards at various Indian market competitions over the years including, but not limited to, Indian Market at Santa Fe and Eight Northern Indian Pueblo Arts & Crafts Show. Picture holding this in your own hands.
How wonderful it would look in your home. It would make an exciting and special gift too!You will receive the actual item pictured. The item "RARE AUTHENTIC Santa Clara Native American Indian Peublo Pottery by Corn Moquino" is in sale since Wednesday, July 05, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "kteaco" and is located in Center Line, Michigan. This item can be shipped to United States.