Kewa Pueblo, formerly known as Santo Domingo Pueblo, is one of the 19 Pueblos of New Mexico. Located about halfway between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The Pueblo has an Indian Arts Market every Labor Day weekend. Kewa Pueblo is well known for their Heishi Jewlery but also for their very traditional pottery. Some of the shapes you will see are Dough Bowls, Large Water Jars, Storage jars and Chili Bowls. All paints are made from natural materials usually black, red and orange over a cream colored slip. Flowers and birds are common designs as well as geometric shapes. Some of the active artists are Robert Tenorio, Ambrose Antencio, Thomas Tenorio, Vidal Aguliar, Mark Wayne Garcia, Raphaelita Aguliar, Franklin Tenorio, Maria Chama, and many others. Traditional Hand Coiled (Kewa) Santo Domingo Pueblo Pottery.
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