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Transcript of Maria Martinez
San Ildefonso Black on
Black Avanyu Vase . N.p.. Web. 10 Jan 2013. <http://www.mariapottery.com/>.
. Wikipedia. N.p., 07 decem 2012. Web. 10 Jan 2013. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Martinez
. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Jan 2013. <http://www.mariajulianpottery.com/mariamartinezbio.html>. Martinez was from the San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. At an early age, she learned pottery skills from her aunt. During this time, Spanish tinware and Anglo enamelware had become widely available in the Southwest. This made the creation of traditional cooking and serving pots much more unimportant. Traditional pottery making techniques were being lost, but Martinez and her family experimented with different techniques and helped preserve the cultural art. (1887-1980) - San Ildefonso Redware Pot Maria Martinez
Black-ware pottery For many years, Maria and Julian produced their pottery together while raising a family and carrying out traditional duties for the pueblo. It was then that Maria and her husband, Julian, began an artistic collaboration that would last throughout their lives together. (1887-1980) - San Ildefonso Black on Black Geometric Pot (1887-1980) and Popovi Da (1921-1971) - San Ildefonso Polychrome Jar (1887-1980) - San Ildefonso Polychrome Pots (1887-1980) and Popovi Da (1921-1971) - San Ildefonso Black on Black Feather Jar (1887-1980) and Popovi Da (1921-1971) - San Ildefonso Black on Black Gunmetal Geometric Plate (1887-1980) and Julian Martinez (1885-1943) - San Ildefonso Black on Black Geometric Plate (1887-1980) - San IIdefonso Polychrome Bowl (1887-1980) and Popovi Da (1921-1971) - San Ildefonso Black on Black Jar