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  • Rebecca Lucario

Rebecca Lucario was born in 1951 in Acoma, yellow corn clan, and has been actively making pottery since 1965. Her teacher was her grandmother Dolores S. Sanchez. Rebecca has been winning awards at Indian Markets since 1983 and is considered one of the top pueblo potters. She is best known for two styles, Mimbres Revival style pottery with animal designs and her optical eye-dazzler pots or chargers. Rebecca signs her creations with R. Lucario. Her sisters, Diane and Judy Lewis and Carolyn Concho also create pottery at Acoma.



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