All That Glitters by Duane Anderson
The emergence of native american micaceous art pottery in northern new mexico
"luminous golden and sparkling black pottery fashioned from mica-rich clays has been made by pueblo and jicarilla apache indians of the northern rio grande region for at last 500 years." duane anderson, anthropologist, vice-president of sar, (at time of writing) and the former director of school of american research of the indian arts research center. anderson traces the history of mica pottery and includes the compilation of the work of mica artists who donated their time and art to the center by coming together to the micaceous pottery convocation in 1994. the complete illustrated catalogue in the collection of the sar up until 1999 is also included in this masterful book. this book is requisite for understanding and appreciating the history and wonder of micaceous pottery. this is the âmust haveâ read to understand micacecous pottery and it is fully and generiously illustrated with full color photographs.
forward by lonnie vigil
school of american research, 1999
8" x 9" x 3/4"