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© Ely Abrums and Laura Walker

Emma Lewis (Mitchell) (1931-present)

Emma Lewis (Mitchell) is the daughter of the famous Acoma matriarch, Lucy M. Lewis. She has been an active potter since 1952 working with Mimbres and Anasazi Revival black-on-white and polychrome ollas, jars, bowls, seed pots plates and owls. She began showing at the Santa Fe Indian Market in 1960 and has won many 1st place awards during the four decades of her participation.

Emma’s work is included in every major institution and private collection including the Heard Museum, Harvard’s Wright Collection at the Peabody Museum; Maxwell Museum, Brooklyn Museum of Arts and many more.

For Additional Information:
American Indian Art Series: Southern Pueblo Pottery (2000 Artist Biographies) by Gregory Schaaf

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