Monday, March 1, 2010

Pueblo pottery



As a continuation of my earlier description of our Santa Fe visit I would like to showcase some Indian pottery. Aren't they amazing? Some of them are few hundred yrs old but it could easily blend with today's contempo surroundings.

Every pueblo has different style, use different techniques. The artists usually learn the traditional forms from their parents, but every generation put their imagination into it. Some of them makes contemporary patterns on traditional pottery shape, or the design is traditional but the shape is new. They still use natural pigments and materials.

The variation is unbelievable.

Please take a look here and here.

Folytatva a Santa Fe-i beszamolot, szeretnek megmutatni nehany indian fazekas munkat - szerintem csodalatosak! Ami leginkabb megdobbento, hogy mennyire "modern"-nek tunnek, pedig nehanyuk 100 evnel is idosebb. Minden pueblo-nak mas a stilusa, szin es formavilaga, persze vannak atfedesek, visszakoszonesek. Ma is viragzo iparag, az indianok megelheteset biztosito szakma. Sok muvesz szigoru tradiciok alapjan dolgozik, masok pedig hozzadjak a mabol, amit arra erdemesnek tartanak. Meg sokan ma is termeszetes festekeket hasznalnak. Egyszeruen lenyugozo mintakat festenek, szivesen gyujtenem oket, de eleg borsos az aruk!:)A fennti linkre kattanva meg sok sok szepet talaltok mindenfele hopi, navajo, apacs torzsektol (hogy csak az ismertebbeket emlitsem - hajjh Karl May!:)))

3 comments:

s@só said...

hátvalamiténylegnagyonszépek :))))

juditsd said...

Voltak olyanok, amik nagyon emlekeztettek a korondi csuprokra...lehet valami indian-erdelyi rokonsag?:)

s@só said...

áááááádehogy..... (tágas égen andalog, bámulják a csillagok:))

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