Vintage Signed Genevieve Golsh Native American Pueblo Pottery Bowl. And painted serving bowl signed by Genevieve Golsh - Rincon Reservation, Pauma Valley, California 1962. This is a beautiful piece of art pottery created by the renowned Native American potter Genevieve Golsh of the Rincon Reservation Pauma Valley California. The symbols are synonymous with Genevieve's style! Cream colored with mixed colors native designs.
The bottom has hand written explanations of the designs and Golsh's signature. The artist's pottery is rare and very collectible. Never been used and in excellent condition. There is crazing on the finish of the bowl which r. Efers to small hairline cracks in glazed surfaces that usually appear after firing but can appear years later (see pics).Measures 7" diameter and 3" tall. Here is some information I obtained from the Internet about the artist.
The late Genevieve Golsh, a ceramic artist, was a collector of legends. Her pieces portray a range of tribal traditions and designs. They are representations of ceremonial dancers, animals and plants.
They are also designs that appear strikingly abstract. Golsh, who was born in Oklahoma in 1901, and lived the last 50 years of her life in an adobe house on the Rincon reservation in California.
Her second husband, Marcos Golsh, was chief of the Rincon band during the 1940's. He died in 1988, and she died in 1992. Glosh received a Freddie award, which is given by Popular Ceramics magazine to outstanding ceramics artists. Among the places that have exhibited her ceramics are the Southwest Museum of the American Indian in Los Angeles, the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial at Gallup, N. And the California State Fair.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American: US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "dasherpeter1" and is located in this country: US.
This item can be shipped to United States.