Native American Pottery - Storytellers
The making of storytellers began in
the mid 1960's when Helen Cordero of the Cochiti Pueblo began
making figurines. She began with nativity scenes and singing mothers.
When a pottery collector asked her to make a singing mother with
multiple children, Helen remembered her grandfather, a master
storyteller. Her first piece had five grandchildren on her grandfather's
figure. That was the beginning. Storytellers have become popular
collectors' pieces, and now many potters from various pueblos
are producing beautiful storytellers.
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