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For several years the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson has sponsored sales of pottery from the village of Mata Ortiz.
Gary and Joan Heymann inspect some of the varied Mata Ortiz ceramics on exhibit and for sale last Friday at the Academy Village Community Center, 13701 E. Langtry Lane.
Sue Mudd looks at some of the pieces made by pottery artists from Mata Ortiz. Their style has evolved in many directions.
At left, Sue Mudd looks at some of the pieces made by pottery artists from Mata Ortiz, a small town in northern Chihuahua, Mexico, that has gained fame for its ceramic art.
Oralia Lopez is considered one of the masters of the Mata Ortiz style of pottery.
Master artist Oralia Lopez will demonstrate and sell her pottery at the Academy Village on Nov. 30.
Helping the community of Mata Ortiz in northern Chihuahua, Mexico, is the goal of a Sunday sale of pottery at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson.
Using handmade pots, or ollas, as their canvas and beautiful,
intricate ancestral symbols as a theme, Mata Ortiz potters have
come to be known for the unique contemporary artistic landscape
they have created for themselves.
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