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Cathy Tupper - Pottery

Cathy received a gift certificate for pottery lessons and realized she had a deep passion for it. When not painting or working as a nurse, she is making beautiful Southwestern pottery. Come into the gallery today to see her unique pottery. Check out her website

Norman Red Star - Pottery

Norman Red Star is a full-blooded Native American Indian born into the Sioux Nation in 1955. He was inspired to continue the long lived tradition of crafting art by his Uncle, the famous RedStarr. Norman began working with art at the age of 16. He started out with crafting bead work, and at the age of 24 he began hand carving scilptures on stone. At the age of 26 he began painting and at the age of 40 he began crafting pottery.

Norman now specializes in hand crafting the traditional Santa Clara pottery with sgraffito etchings. He gets his ideas from hunting and mother nature herself. He etches animal legends on his pottery. He also accents his pottery with turquoise stones. Norman signs his pottery as Wi-Cahpe-Luza, Red Star, followed by a shield symbol and finally with his census number.


Native American Pottery

Marketplace Gallery has an assortment of pottery from various Native American artists. We have both contemporary and traditional designs that show the artistry of pottery making. Stop by today to pick up some beautiful pottery.