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Pueblo Indian pottery used to be an anonymous art, producing a pottery that combined usefulness with beauty. There was never a signature as the Pueblo nature did not claim individual recognition.

All that has changed. Today's potters are concerned more with esthetics than practicality. They are constantly experimenting, trying new clays and designs, and developing new techniques. And as part of this individualistic expression, most potters now sign their work.

But as innovative as some of the new concepts are, contemporary pottery still is made without the use of a wheel, and the firing is done outside in the open.

Today's contemporary Pueblo potters come mainly from the San Ildefonso and Santa Clara Pueblos and their work is a true art form.

(Information from "Collecting Southwestern Indian Arts And Crafts" by Ray Manley.)

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