Specializing in Native American Crafts Since 1916

Jackie Histia-Shutiva


Artist Profile

Jackie Histia-Shutiva was born in 1961 into the Acoma Pueblo. She is a member of the Sun Clan and the Yellow Corn Child Clan. Jackie’s mother, Stella Shutiva, taught her the traditional methods of working with clay. Jackie specializes in hand coiled, traditional, contemporary, corrugated pottery. On occasion Jackie also hand crafts clay corn symbols in her clay to denote her clan origin. She signs her pottery: Histia Shutiva, Acoma, NM. She is related to Ernest D. Shutiva (father), Stella Shutiva (mother), B. Gregory Histia (spouse), Shelly Shutiva, Alicia Shutiva and Lindsey Shutiva (daughters).

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