Reyes Panana - Jemez Pueblo - Large Native American Koshari Clown Storyteller. Large Native American Koshare Clown Eating Watermelon. A really nice handcrafted pottery figurine!A blanket caped koshare eating a watermelon with a child perched on each shoulder Matte paint except for cape which has a lustrous stone polished finish Approx. 8 1/2 inches tall x 7 inches wide x 6 inches deep. Excellent condition; one paint scuff on left foot; shelf wear on bottom; see photos. Artist signed on the bottom surface. Reyes Panana was born into the Jemez Pueblo in 1961.
She has been working with clay since the age of 24. Reyes learned the traditional methods of pottery making from many different sources. She found she enjoyed making clay sculptures the best. Reyes specializes in handmade koshare storytellers and koshare flute player clay sculptures.Reyes koshares are a unique work of art to admire, being that all is made from Mother Earth. She adds dried corn stalks for the hair to add a unique flare to her work. Reyes signs her pottery: R. Reyes is related to Pauline Sarracino, Ralph Sarracino (aunt & uncle) and Matthew Panana (cousin). I have several nice pieces of Native American Pueblo pottery and a few Zuni fetishes listed. Show off your items with Auctiva's Listing Templates. The item "Reyes Panana Jemez Pueblo Large Native American Koshari Clown Storyteller" is in sale since Sunday, January 22, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "shoppb1" and is located in Salado, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.