Vera Chino Ely (born June 27, 1943) is a Native American potter from Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico. She is the youngest daughter of the late Marie Z. Chino, who was well known for her excellent fine-line pottery. Very little information has been published on Vera. She learned pottery making from her mother and in the late 1970s she worked with Marie doing fine-line painting on some of her pots.

In 1979, she participated in the “One Space: Three Visions” exhibition at the Albuquerque Museum. A collection of her works can be seen at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Vera’s sisters, Carrie Charlie (b. 1925), Rose Garcia (b. 1928), and Grace Chino (ca 1929-1994), are all award winning Acoma potters.

References and Further ReadingsEditar

  • Dillingham, Rick - Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. 1994.
  • Schaaf, Gregory - Southern Pueblo Pottery: 2,000 Artist Biographies. 2002.

External linksEditar

¡Interferencia de bloqueo de anuncios detectada!

Wikia es un sitio libre de uso que hace dinero de la publicidad. Contamos con una experiencia modificada para los visitantes que utilizan el bloqueo de anuncios

Wikia no es accesible si se han hecho aún más modificaciones. Si se quita el bloqueador de anuncios personalizado, la página cargará como se esperaba.

También en FANDOM

Wiki al azar