For hundreds of years indigenous people of North America have been experimenting with clay, utilizing its substance, for beauty and function. Coming from such a background I have been combing the ideals, of passion, apprenticeship and patience in creating hand built decorative pottery. The method is antiquated, laborious and rewarding, resulting in pottery that are unique in their own special way. The coiling method of pottery is what I choose, without the use of a modern day potters wheel, I am able to make pots that are light in weight yet captures the concept of symmetry and form. Each pot is hand burnished giving the surface a smooth finish allowing the paint to flow effortlessly across the surface. Patterns and designs are as limitless as the human imagination, spanning the globe each culture can be represented through their own unique patterns and designs. Inspired by these patterns from various cultures, in conjunction with my own Native American background, I hand paint each piece free hand using no stencils , orchestrating inspired patterns across the surface, hoping to capture something fresh and innovative. The isolated moments of the hand painting process are a revelation of beauty and design giving each piece its own individuality. Exposure to extreme violent forces of fire, are the final ingredient that results in pottery that will be an everlasting work of art.

About Me

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Fullerton, CA, United States
I am a Native American from the Navajo and Pueblo of Isleta people from New Mexico. I currently reside in Fullerton CA and I am freelance artist I practice in the mediums of Ceramics, painting, drawing and music. However i am most proficient in ceramics and pottery making.

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Two Tribes Pottery Blogspot will be inactive for more info on my artwork please go to my new website with e-commerce at 

Santa Fe Indian Art Market 
Virtual Market 

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

The Hillcrest Festival of Fine Arts 60th Anniversary
Feb 21-23 2020 
Hillcrest Congregational Church 
La Habra, Heights CA

1st Place Ceramics Division
2nd Place Drawing/Graphics Division

Monday, March 9, 2020

At the Heard Museum 
Native American Art Show 
March 2020
Honorable Mention

Monday, March 2, 2020

Indian Fair and Market 
Heard Museum, Phoenix AZ 
Show and Sale 
March 7 and 8 2020
Booth B-45

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Two Tribes Showing 
Loiter Gallery
180 East 4th Street
Long Beach CA
February 4 - 29 2020
Opening Reception Feb 8th 5-9pm 


Sunday, January 12, 2020

Two Tribes Pottery
January - March 29 2020
Satwiwa Native American Cultural Center
4126 Lynn Road
Newbury Park CA
Center Hours Saturday Sunday 9am - 5pm samo

Saturday, August 3, 2019

American Indian Art Marketplace 
Autry National Museum of the West
4700 Western Heritage Way Griffith Park 
Los Angeles
November 9 - 10
10am - 5pm