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Name
Jody Folwell
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Dates
1942-
Date Note
b. August 4, 1942. Birth year also given as 1943.
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Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Folwell, Jody

Artist's work is represented in the object collection of the Heard Museum

Exhibits
Something Old, Something New, Nothing Borrowed: New Acquisitions from the Heard Museum Collection. Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ. 2011 (04/02/2011 - 03/18/2012)
Mothers & Daughters: Stories in Clay. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 2009 (01/10/2009 - 01/10/2010)
Choices and Change: American Indian Artists in the Southwest. Heard Museum North. Scottsdale, AZ. 2007 (06/30/2007 - )
Breaking the Mold: The Virginia Vogel Mattern Collection of Contemporary Native American Art. Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. 2006 (10/2006 - 07/2007)
Breaking the Surface: Carved Pottery Techniques and Designs. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 2004 (10/2004 - 10/2005)
The Collecting Passions of Dennis and Janis Lyon. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 2004 (05/01/2004 - 09/2004)
Decidedly Diva: Part One, Jody Folwell, Polly Rose Folwell, Susan Folwell. Modo Gallery. Hudson, NY. 2003 (10/11/2003 - 11/01/2003)
Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation: Contemporary Native American Art from the Southwest. 2002-2003 Traveling exhibition planned for the following venues: American Craft Museum, New York, NY, 5/9/2002-9/15/2002; Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 10/13/2002-1/5/2003; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK, 1/19/2003-3/16/2003. (05/09/2002 - 03/16/2003)
Jody Folwell - Santa Clara: New Works in Clay. Faust Gallery. Scottsdale, AZ. 2002 (01/31/2002 - 02/07/2002)
Hold Everything! Masterworks of Basketry and Pottery from the Heard Museum. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 2001 (11/01/2001 - 03/10/2002)
Images, Artists, Styles: Recent Acquisitions from the Heard Museum Collection. Heard Museum North. Scottsdale, AZ. 2001 (07/2001 - 07/2002)
The Legacy of Generations: Pottery by American Indian Women. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 1998 (02/14/1998 - 05/17/1998)
The Legacy of Generations: Pottery by American Indian Women. The National Museum of Women in the Arts. Washington, DC. 1997 (10/09/1997 - 01/11/1998)
Recent Acquisitions. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 1997 (07/12/1997 - 1/1998)
Fifth Annual Hollywood Premiere. Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles, CA. 1991 (11/23/1991 - 11/24/1991)
Fourth Annual Hollywood Premiere. Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles, CA. 1990 (11/17/1990 - 11/18/1990)
From This Earth. Museum of New Mexico. Santa Fe, NM. 1990 (07/01/1990 - 08/30/1990)
First Annual Indian Arts and Crafts Show: A Juried Competition. Univ. of Kansas Museum of Anthropology. Lawrence, KS. 1989 (09/16/1989 - 10/28/1989)
The Pottery of Surprise: New Works by Jody Folwell. Gallery 10, Scottsdale, AZ. 1989 (03/09/1989 - 03/15/1989)
Eight Artists II: Contemporary Indian Art at the Southwest Museum. Southwest Museum of the American Indian. Los Angeles, CA. 1987 (09/27/1987 - 01/05/1988)
Jody Folwell, Elizabeth Medina, Barbara & Joe Cerno. Gallery 10. Scottsdale, AZ. 1987 (01/22/1987 - 02/03/1987)
Everlasting: Four Nationally Prominent Artists. Gallery 10. Scottsdale, AZ. 1986 (03/06/1986 - 03/19/1986)
The Santa Fe Indian Market Expanding Exhibit. Morning Star Gallery. Santa Fe, NM. 1985 (07/26/1985 - 08/31/1985)
Women of Sweetgrass, Cedar and Sage. Gallery of the American Indian Community House. NY. 1985 (06/01/1985 - 06/29/1985)
Indian Market East. Gallery 10. New York, NY. 1984 (04/12/1984 - 04/28/1984)
The Ceramics of Grace Medicine Flower & Jody Folwell. Gallery 10. Scottsdale, AZ. 1983 (02/24/1983 - 03/09/1983)
Jody Folwell: Contemporary Pottery. Gallery 10. Scottsdale, AZ. 1981 (02/08/1981 - 02/19/1981)
American Indian Art in the 1980s. The Native American Center for the Living Arts. Niagara Falls, NY. 1981 (1981 - 1981)
Rising Stars. Gallery 10. Scottsdale, AZ. 1980 (02/08/1980 - 02/27/1980)
1977 Heard Museum Guild Indian Arts and Crafts Exhibit. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. (11/25/1977 - 12/03/1977)
Heard Markets
2016 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 5-6, 2016.
2015 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 7-8, 2015.
2013 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2013.
2012 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2012.
2011 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2011.
2010 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2010.
2008 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2008.
2004 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2001.
2002 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2002.
2001 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2001.
Fairs and Markets
1987 Inter-Tribal Ceremonial. Gallup, NM.
1984 Santa Fe Indian Market. SWAIA. Santa Fe, NM.
1983 Santa Fe Indian Market. SWAIA. Santa Fe, NM.
1981 Santa Fe Indian Market. SWAIA. Santa Fe, NM.
Awards
First Annual Indian Arts and Crafts Show: A Juried Competition. Univ. of Kansas Museum of Anthropology. Lawrence, KS. Pottery, First Place. (09/1989)
1987 Inter-Tribal Ceremonial. Gallup, NM. Class. IV, Pottery, Bowl, Plate, First Place, Best in Category, Best in Class. (08/1987)
1984 Santa Fe Indian Market. SWAIA. Santa Fe, NM. Best of Show; Div. G - Non-traditional pottery, new forms, innovations, Best of Division. (08/1984)
1983 Santa Fe Indian Market. SWAIA. Santa Fe, NM. Class. II - Pottery, Div. G - Non-traditional, new forms, innovation, First Place. (08/1983)
1981 Santa Fe Indian Market. SWAIA. Santa Fe, NM. Class. II - Pottery, Best of Class; Non-traditional pottery, Best of Division. (08/1981)
1977 Heard Museum Guild Indian Arts and Crafts Exhibit. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. Class. VII, Div. B - Contemporary, Honorable Mention. (11/1977)
Publications
Found 69 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
McCoy, Ron. "Expressionist Pottery from Native America." November-January, 1991. Southwest Profile.26-29
Jacka, Jerry and Lois Essary Jacka. Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Indian Arts and Its Evolution. Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northland Publishing Co. 1988.163
. "Folwell/Cutler Works Featured." February 24, 1982. Phoenix Gazette.Newspaper article
. Journal of the West. April, 1982.cover
Jacka, Lois. "In Harmony With Nature. v. 62, no. 5, May, 1986. Arizona Highways.8-9
MacDonald, Bruce. "Traditional Pottery Finds Interpreter." February 2, 1982. Scottsdale Daily Progress.46Newspaper article
Magill, Douglas C. "Gallery to Feature Four Pueblo Potters." April 12, 1984. New York Times.unknownNewspaper article
Perlman, Barbara. "Courage: Her Greatest Asset." Summer, 1980. Arizona Arts and Lifestyle.20-21
Lichtenstein, Grace. "The Evolution of a Craft Tradition." April, 1983. Ms. Magazine.58-60, 92
. "Potters Give New Shape to an Old Art Form." March 4, 1982. Mesa Ariz.: Mesa Tribune.unknownNewspaper article
McCoy, Ron. "Literary Pottery." January, 1987. Southwest Profile.14-17
. "A Month of Amazement at Gallery 10". March 6, 1986. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Art-Talk.13Newspaper article
. "Ceramics by Folwell & Cutler at Gallery 10". v. 1, no. 4, February, 1982. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Art-Talk.10Newspaper article
. "Cutler Work Spotlighted In Show". March, 1982. The Indian Trader.29Newspaper article
. "Potters Medicine Flower and Folwell to Exhibit at Gallery 10". Arizona Art-Talk, February 1983. 1983.unknown1983Newspaper article
. "Pottery, Pictorials, and Pac Man". Art-Talk, January 1987. Scottsdale, Arizona: Art-Talk. 1987.451987Newspaper article
. "The Heard's Native Greats". March 16, 1979. Arizona Living.unknown
. "Women Contain Their Art in Unusual Pots". 1982. The Phoenix Gazette..unknownNewspaper article
. ~"Inlay Bracelet Wins 'Best of Show' at 1987 Gallup Indian Ceremonial". Indian Trader, October 1987. 1987.25-291987
Abbott, Larry, Rosemary Diaz, Michael Hice and Daniel Gibson. "Artists of Change, Part III: Breaking through the Millenium". Native Peoples, vol. 13, no. 4 (June/July 2000). 2000.512000
Adler, Deb. "Local Potter Participates in Gala D.C. Event". March 12, 1982. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Scottsdale Daily Progress.41Newspaper article
Arnold, David L. . "Pueblo Pottery: 2000 Years of Artistry" . v. 162, no. 5, November, 1962.. National Geographic Magazine.598, 605
Bataille, Gretchen. American Indian Women: A Guide to Research. New York: Garland. 1991.186, 196, 7731991
Bataille, Gretchen M. (editor). Native American Women: a Biographical Dictionary. New York, New York: Garland Publishing. 1993.89, 1851993
Bernstein, Bruce. "Connoisseur's Guide to Indian Market". Santa Fean, vol. 23, no. 7 (August 1995). 1995.761995
Burnett, Bernice. "The Clay Ladies". Phoenix Gazette, March 12, 1983. 1983.34-361983Newspaper article
Cohen, Lee M. ~Art of Clay: Timeless Pottery of the Southwest. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Clear Light Publishers. 1993.73-771993Contents: Introduction : redefining Southwest pottery ; Maria Martinez and Julian Martinez / Lee M. Cohen -- Nampeyo / Barton Wright -- Sarafina Tafoya and Margaret Tafoya ; Helen Cordero ; Popovi Da ; Tony Da / Ron McCoy -- Grace Medicine Flower / Ellen Reisland -- Joseph Lonewolf / Ron McCoy -- Jody Folwell / Adele Cohen -- Al Qöyawayma / Ron McCoy -- Dextra Quotskuyva Nampeyo / Barton Wright -- Dora Tse Pé Peña / Adele Cohen -- Nathan Youngblood / Phillip J. Cohen -- Nancy Youngblood ; Richard Zane Smith ; Dorothy Torivio / Roberta Burnett -- Russell Sanchez / Adele Cohen -- Tammy Garcia / Phillip J. Cohen.
Denver Art Museum. Breaking the Mold: The Virginia Vogel Mattern Collection of Contemporary Native American Art. Denver, Colo.: Denver Art Museum. 2006.742006Catalog of an exhibition
Folwell, Jody, Susan Folwell, and Polly Rose Folwell. Masterworks from the Heard Museum. Heard Museum Journal, vol. 3, no. 2 (July-December 2001). 2001.8-112001Journal article
Folwell, Jody, Terrol Dew Johnson, Ann E. Marshall, Diana F. Pardue, Tristan Reader and Diza Sauers. Hold Everything! Masterworks of Basketry and Pottery from the Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona: Heard Museum. 2001.4-5, 7-8, 10-11, 212001Catalog of an exhibition.
Gallery 10. Gallery 10, Inc. Invites You. Santa Fe, N.M.: Gallery 10. 1989.7, 12-13, back cover1989Catalog of an exhibition
Gallery 10. Gallery 10, Inc. Invites You to Our Indian Market Week Shows. Santa Fe, N.M.: The Gallery. 1990.11-12, 14, cover1990Catalog of an exhibition
Gallery 10. Important Original American Art. Scotsdale, Ariz.: Gallery 10. 1997.4-51997Catalog of exhibition
Gallery 10. The Tradition of Inspired Innovation. Scottsdale, Ariz.: The Gallery. 1987.cover, 30, 36-37, 39-401987Catalog of an exhibition
Gillespie, Nancy. "Experience Distilled". August 8, 1988. The Santa Fe New Mexican, Indian Market.62-63Newspaper article
Hammond, Harmony, and Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, curators. ~Women of Sweetgrass, Cedar and Sage: Contemporary Art by Native American Women. New York, New York: Gallery of the American Indian Community House. 1985.1985Catalog of an exhibition held June 1-29, 1985; individual artists in the exhibition also includes Gail Bird/Yazzie Johnson, Karita Coffey, Jody Folwell, Imogene Goodshot, Helen Hardin, Sylvia Lark, Carm Little Turtle, Otellie Loloma, Linda Lomahaftewa, Georgia Masayesva, Kay Miller, Lillian Pitt, Jolene Rickard, Ramona Sakiestewa, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Jacquie Stevens, Charlene Touchette, Kay WalkingStick, and Emmi Whitehorse.
Harjo, Susan Shown. "Native Artists on 9/11: Responses, Reflections, Premonitions". Native Peoples, vol. 15, no. 6 (September/October 2002). 2002.492002
Jacka, Lois Essary. "Beyond Tradition: a Photo Essay". Native Peoples, vol. 2, no. 1 (fall 1988). 1988.441988
Kenagy, Suzanne G. "Eight Artists II: Contemporary Indian Art at the Southwest Museum". v. 13, Winter, 1987. American Indian Art Magazine.55-56
Kennedy, Roger G. "Art of Clay: Timeless Pottery of the Southwest". Native Peoples, vol. 7, no. 2 (Winter = January-March 1994). Native Peoples. 1994.72-77, 1351994
King, Charles S. "Pueblo Pottery: Folk Art to Fine Art". American Indian Art Magazine, vol. 31, no. 1 (2005). 2005.642005
Lieu, Jocelyn and Louis Weisberg. "Traditional Indian Art a Misnomer". August 15, 1989. Indian Market Journal North.13, 15
Matuz, Roger, editor. ~St. James Guide to Native North American Artists. Detroit, Michigan: St. James Press. 1997.172-1731997
McCoy, Ron. "All That's Really Worthwhile in American Indian Art". Gallery 10. 1986.unpaginated1986Catalog of an exhibition
McCoy, Ron. "Approaching Ethnicity's End?". March, 1989. Southwest Profile.31-32
McCoy, Ron. "Clay Lady's Children". Indian Artist, vol. 2, no. 3 (summer 1996). 1996.691996
McFadden, David Revere and Ellen Napiura Taubman (editors). Changing Hands: Art without Reservation 1: Contemporary Native American Art from the Southwest. London, England: Merrill Publishers. 2002.22, 25, 57-58, 122, 145, 155, 157-1582002Catalog of an exhibition. Co-published by the American Craft Museum, New York, New York.
Montini, E. J. "Indian potters approach craft in different ways". Arizona Republic, February 24, 1983. 1983.unknown1983Newspaper article
New, Lloyd Kiva. ~American Indian Art in the 1980's. Niagara Falls, New York: Native American Center for the Living Arts. 1981.45, 661981Catalog of an exhibition
Nilsen, Richard. "Talent for Pottery Runs in the Family". January 25, 2009. Phoenix: The Arizona Republic.E4Newspaper article
Pardue, Diana. Mothers and Daughters: Stories in Clay. Phoenix, Ariz.: Heard Museum. 2009.unpaginated2009Catalog of an exhibition
Pardue, Diana F. The Collecting Passions of Dennis and Janis Lyon. Phoenix, Arizona: Heard Museum. 2004.8, 842004Catalog of an exhibition
Peterson, Susan. ~Pottery by American Indian Women: the Legacy of Generations. New York, New York: Abbeville Press. 1997.175-1791997Catalog of an exhibition held at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., October 9, 1997-January 11, 1998, and at the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, February 18, 1998-April 18, 1998.
Peterson, Susan. "The Legacy of Generations: Pottery of American Indian Women". v. 46, June, July, August, 1998. Ceramics Monthly.67
Plett, Nicole. "Blue Ribbon Pottery". 1987. Indian Market.38-40
Rose, Peter. "PBS Series Paints New Profiles of American Indian Artists". January 7, 1982. The Arizona Republic.E5Newspaper article
Sauers, Diza. "Works in Progress: A Timeless Act: Santa Clara Pueblo Artist Jody Folwell Shares Her Pottery-Making Process". August, 2001. Southwest Art.194-198
Shales, Ezra. Horse Tales: American Images and Icons, 1800-2000. Katonah, N.Y.: Kaatonah Museum of Art. 2001.12-13, 442001Catalog of an exhibition
Smith, Craig. 2009 Calendar. Phoenix, Ariz.: Heard Museum. 2009.July2009
Sonneborn, Liz. A to Z of Native American Women. New York, New York: Facts on File. 1998.76-771998In series: Encyclopedia of Women
Stephenson, Anne. "Indian Artistry". Sunday, March 9, 1986. The Arizona Republic.F-1Newspaper article
Tarchinski, Pamela J. "Interpreting Indian Identity: Artists' Works Express Opinion". August 13, 1991. Albuquerque Journal.38-39Newspaper article
Totty, Susan H. The Dedicated Collectors: The David and Barbara Wilshin Collection. Port Chester, N.Y.: Wilrock Management and Consulting. 2009.8, 36-37, 872009
Touchette, Charleen (curator) and Suzanne Deats (author of artist profiles). Ndn Art. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Fresco Fine Art Publications. 2003.212003Artists profiles include R.C. Gorman, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Charlene Teters, Cheyenne Harris, Dan Namingha, Arlo Namingha, Les Namingha, Doug Hyde, David Johns, Ramona Sakiestewa, Margarete Bagshaw-Tindel, Nathan Youngblood, Susan Folwell, Michael A. Naranjo, Richard Zane Smith, Al Qoyawayma, Virgil Ortiz, Fritz Scholder, Kevin Red Star, Armond Lara, Rick Bartow, Anita Fields, Margaret Wood, Christine Nofchissey McHorse, Joel C. McHorse, Ed Archie Noisecat, Celeste Worl, Dorothy Grandbois, Doug Coffin, and Preston Singletary. In the New Mexico artist series.
Trimble, Stephen. "Talking with Clay". v. 54, no. 8, August, 1986. New Mexico Magazine.42
Trimble, Stephen. ~Talking with the Clay: the Art of Pueblo Pottery. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Press. 1987.14, 29, 501987First edition.
Trimble, Stephen. ~Talking with the Clay: The Art of Pueblo Pottery in the 21st Century. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School for American Research Press. 2007.18, 33, 56-57200720th Anniversary Revised Edition
Tucker, Sara. "Generations: Listening to the Earth, A Family Tradition". Summer, 1989. Santa Fe Reporter.7-9Newspaper article
Whiting, Russ. "Shows feature work of Indian artists". Pasatiempo: Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 17-23, 1990. 1990.unknown1990Newspaper article

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