Samuel Manymules

Samuel Manymules is known for his modern take on the long tradition of Native American pottery. Collectors of his work find the high polish of his surfaces and the “fire clouds” from the traditional firing methods combine to create his own unique aesthetic.

As a child, Samuel became inspired looking at books on pottery, mesmerized by the photos of pots by Joseph Lonewolf and Christine MeHorse. He soon developed his own sense of form and design through experimentation. His exacting standards kept him from considering himself a serious potter for over a decade. He has since risen like the evening star, a singular light in the long tradition of Navajo pottery making.

Read the article on Samuel Manymules as previously published in The Taos News >>

Read the Chimayo Trading Newsletter on Samuel Manymules >> Samuel Manymules, Minimalist Navajo Potter

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