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  • B.J. Fragua - Jemez Indian Pottery
Betty Jean Fragua (signs B.J. Fragua) is of the Jemez Corn Clan and has been active as a potter since 1980 working with traditional polychrome and stone polished sgraffito redware and matte tanware bowls. She was taught by her famous mother, Juanita Fragua, whose work is highly valued and widely collected.

B.J.'s pots have fantastic artwork - precise and clean. The art work is extremely time intensive with some graphics being composed from thousands of tiny brush strokes. Her work is also widely collected and, like her mother, she is able to command a fair value price commensurate with her talent and years of experience.

From Pueblo Pottery Maine


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