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Jar with corn motifs
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Al Qöyawayma

Jar with corn motifs

Renowned Hopi potter Al Qöyawayma forms his coiled pots from locally sourced clays, bringing them to a high polish. The broadly proportioned jar seen here features a motif of three ears of corn, the staple crop of the Hopi and most other North American native peoples. While not making pottery, Qöyawayma works as a mechanical engineer, developing inertial guidance systems.

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Artist
Al Qöyawayma
Material
Clay
Contributing Gallery
Shiprock Santa Fe
Period
c. 1990
Dimensions
6.75 in × 14.25 in × in
17.145 cm × 36.195 cm × 0.0 cm
ID
shiprockaq01-01
Image credit: Courtesy of Shiprock Santa Fe
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Jar with corn motifs