Martha Appleleaf Fender Vase

$600.00

Martha Appleleaf Fender created this green on black vase. The vase has been painted with a green clay slip, which has a very subtle green coloration after the firing. The feather and geometrics are beautifully painted. The firing turned out really wonderfully, as there is gunmetal like sheen to it. The piece measures approximately 6″ x 4″.

 

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Martha Appleleaf Fender created this green on black vase. The vase has been painted with a green clay slip, which has a very subtle green coloration after the firing. The feather and geometrics are beautifully painted. The firing turned out really wonderfully, as there is gunmetal like sheen to it. The piece measures approximately 6″ x 4″.

Born November 3, 1950, Martha Appleleaf is the daughter of Carmelita Dunlap (who was a niece of the famous Maria Martinez).  Martha Appleleaf learned to make pottery from her mother. Martha has been an active potter since 1970. Today she continues to create distinctive pottery with traditional designs. She has taken 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons at Santa Fe Indian Market and Eight Northern.

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Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 8 x 8 x 10 in