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Damacia Cordero
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Date Note
b. December, 1905
Specialty / Medium
Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Cordero, Damacia

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

HOME: NATIVE PEOPLES IN THE SOUTHWEST. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 2005 (05/22/2005 - )
THE SEVEN FAMILIES OF PUEBLO POTTERY. Simply Santa Fe. Santa Fe, NM. 1990 (08/16/1990 - 08/16/1990)
EARTH, HANDS, LIFE: SOUTHWESTERN CERAMIC FIGURES. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. 1989 (1989 - 04/02/1989)
COCHITI PUEBLO STORYTELLERS. Adobe Gallery. Albuquerque, NM. 1982 (1982 - 1982)
Found 5 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
Batkin, Jonathan, ed. CLAY PEOPLE/PUEBLO INDIAN FIGURATIVE TRADITIONS. (Santa Fe, NM: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian) 83.83
Babcock, Barbara A. "Clay Changes: Helen Cordero and the Pueblo Storyteller". AMERICAN INDIAN ART MAGAZINE, 8 (Spring). 1983.30,311983
Babcock, Barbara A., Doris Monthan and Guy Monthan. The Pueblo Storyteller: Development of a Figurative Tradition. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press. 1986.19,20,28.29,42,43,46,85,1281986
Pyne, Lynn. "Making Ceramic Figures Remains a Living Art Form". April 13, 1988. Phoenix Gazette.C-4Newspaper article
Trimble, Stephen. ~Talking with the Clay: the Art of Pueblo Pottery. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School for American Research Press. 1987.59,601987First edition.

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