Caroline Sando, “Peacock Feathers,” was born in 1963 into the Jemez Pueblo. She was inspired to learn the art of pottery making by her grandmother, Andrea Tsosie. Andrea taught Caroline the fundamentals working with clay and using ancient traditional methods. She began experimenting with pottery at the age of 8.
Caroline specializes in Jemez Pueblo style storytellers. She uses all natural clays and natural paints to hand make her storytellers and accents her pieces with turquoise stones to give them more of a traditional look. Her favorite dolls to make are 20 inches or taller because she enjoy the challenge of adding more detail and more children. Caroline signs her pottery: Caroline Sando, Jemez. She is related to Irene Herrera (mother) and Andrea Tsosie (grandmother).
Recent Work by Caroline Sando
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