You will find her hand coiled work designed with traditional motifs painted on using yucca leaf brushes. The pottery is made from clay products, formed, sanded and is usually polished. There are several colors of pottery, the majority is beige or tan color, some are white, and there is also a red to pink color. The designs are usually of parrots, eagles, roadrunners, eagle tail, migration patterns, pueblo style villages, kiva designs, rain and rain clouds, lightning, water waves, and other life germinating symbols like corn.
Alta is the sister of Perry Navasie, niece of Eloise Navasie and daughter-in-law of Joy Navasie (Frog Woman). The long line of Hopi potters. Her husband, Dan Tsinnijinnie Yesslith, Navajo potter, often works with Alta on their pottery. The item "Native American A.Yesslith Hopi Pottery Bowl" is in sale since Sunday, March 21, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "pointblank71" and is located in Pointblank, Texas.
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