Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery

Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery


Art isn’t a science. Art is an art, and that’s one reason why Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery allots a whopping five hours to their livestreamed pottery demonstrations. The 26 potters who took part in Fisher’s “Live from Santa Fe” 2020 August Virtual Market used the time to speak directly with viewers, discuss their processes, and start at least one accidental fire. The final streaming session is at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, with potter Marilyn Ray (Acoma Pueblo).
Thank you so much for excellent wrapping and packaging of the items I ordered. They arrived in mint condition and are exceptionally beautifully hand crafted. Each one is exquisite. It was like unwrapping Christmas morning gifts! Everything I ordered is my favorite!
– It's day 2 of our 10 days of New Mexico series where we feature locations around our state that we LOVE to visit on our bicycle tours. It may still be good to stay home, but we look forward to the time we can see you again. 🚲🌞

Today we are featuring **THE SANTA FE PLAZA**
A visit to Santa Fe’s Plaza is a living view of New Mexico’s rich history and culture and is truly the perfect way to start our bicycle tours of .

On this site over 400 years of Spanish history (and more recently, Mexican and American cultures) intersect with 1,000+ years of Native American heritage, and are made tangible in everything from touching the 12-foot-thick adobe walls of the original Spanish capital building (The Palace of the Governors / @ [45899978798:274:New Mexico History Museum]), to meeting Pueblo artisans under the Portal, to small details like bullet marks in the central Obelisk made by outlaws in the late 19th century.

The Plaza is the ever-changing “heart” of Santa Fe, and our favorite thing about taking guests (and locals) here is that it helps us bring the amazing past, present, and future narratives of New Mexico to life.

Some of our favorite places to visit around the Santa Fe Plaza are: Chili Line Brewing Co., IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, Hervé Wine Bar, Il Piatto Italian Farmhouse Kitchen Santa Fe, Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery, Kakawa Chocolate House, La Boca Santa Fe, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Iconik Coffee Roasters, La Fonda on the Plaza, POP Gallery-Santa Fe,

Did you know: Santa Fe was founded as a presidio (i.e. a wooden fort) in the middle of Spain’s “new” territories in 1610, and the city’s full name is La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís (“The Royal Town of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi”).

ALSO: The historic La Fonda on the Plaza Hotel (Our gracious partners and launch point for our Santa Fe Tours) is the oldest hotel site in the United States.

This was where weary travelers up the Camino Real Adentro (and later along the famous Santa Fe Trail) would find a moment of respite after traveling hundreds (or thousands) of miles across the surrounding deserts, mountains, and grasslands.

The structure has been rebuilt and renovated multiple times since 1610 and is today one of the most spectacular examples of Pueblo Revival Architecture in the world.

Today, we get our virtual bouquet from Santa Clara potters, Debra and Preston Duwyenie. The flowers, sun, and hummingbirds are etched into the plate using a technique called sgraffito. Image courtesy Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery.
Sharing a photo of my beautiful Sandia Pueblo pot hand built by the late John Montoya. Enjoy.
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In celebration of Santa Fe’s inaugural Native Art Week we put together an awesome museum tour to compliment your Indian Market experience. Stops include Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery and Allan Houser Studio And Sculpture Garden.

Download the tour app at:
See rare pottery by world famous Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso Pueblo) on display at Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery till August 31st
Thank you to Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery for including The Food Depot as part of their 25th anniversary celebration. The celebration honored 25 nonprofits during the month of April by donating 10 percent of sales.

Thank you to all who supported this special day by shopping. Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery presented a donation at a reception last night of more than $1,200 to The Food Depot.

April was the most profitable month on record for the gallery, which speaks to the enormous philanthropic pulse beating through our community.

Congratulations Cynthia Whitney-Ward at Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery on reaching more than one million views at your Chasing Santa Fe blog! Keller Williams is happy to join you in our community discovering fascinating places, meeting new friends, and discovering what makes Santa Fe so special!

Handmade Native American Pottery As of October 11, 2021, our hours will be 10:00am - 5:00pm, Mondays through Saturdays. Open Sundays from 12:00pm - 5:00pm.

Welcome back! (safely)
Masks are required, many thanks.


Items meant for the tourist trade today! Super cute basket & cowboy hat from Isleta Pueblo on the left. A pair of candlesticks & miniature horno from Santa Clara Pueblo, & a very fun Tesuque rain god fill out the middle. Cochiti Pueblo contributes a painted moccasin & a beautiful Acoma canteen complete our touristy trip. Enjoy!


Who gives a hoot? We do when it's Loren Wallowing Bull's amazing Owl storyteller! The blanket is so beautiful, 7 charming chicks & the avanyu detail all add up to make this piece super unique. View at:


Wonderful Santa Clara potter Lois Gutierrez created this charming polychrome jar! Opposite panels featuring a delightful quail family & flute player/dancer enliven this pot's surfaces. View in our New Arrivals at:


More Valentine's Day ideas for all of you. Charming plates (& stands) from Heri Mora of Mata Ortiz, These pieces are certain to brighten anyone's day, anytime! View at:


New Arrivals include this stunning new piece from Frederica Antonio of Acoma Pueblo. This is a new form for her & we are so excited to premier it here. View it along with all our New Arrivals at:


Look what just came to us!! Beautiful 4 panel heart design from Paula Estevan of Acoma Pueblo. This is so new it won't be on our website, but had to share it! Happy Valentine's Day to all!


New Arrivals include an amazing Day of the Dead jar depicting Santa Fe. Look, it's the front of Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery, including Stout & the dearly departed Honey. This piece by Hector & Gabriela Martinez from Mata Ortiz is so incredibly detailed & so much fun. Please view at:


Kevin is here & here is the link:


Live Demonstration today with Santa Clara potter Kevin Naranjo!! Starting around noon to 4pm (link will follow later today for streaming). Kevin's work is so detailed and delightful, surely someone needs a wonderful Valentine's gift.......


Some interesting animals from our New Arrivals! Zuni potter Anderson Jamie Peynetsa's marvelous mallard, an unattributed Acoma potter chicken bank & Emma Lewis' Mimbres rabbit design seed pot are not only ready for their close-up, but ready for a new home. Come see at:


Join us on Friday, 2/3, for our 1st live demonstration of the year! Santa Clara potter Kevin Naranjo will be here in the gallery from Noon to 4pm. We are hoping to stream & will send link as it happens. Kevin's highly detailed, sgraffito pieces are amazing and just in time for Valentine's Day. Here is a link to Kevin's work & more to follow:


More astonishing Acoma New Arrivals! Beauteous bowl by Lucy Lewis, elegantly detailed plate by Rebecca Lucario & a very showy seed pot from Cletus Victorino.
Don't hesitate to take a look at:


New Arrivals this week featuring Acoma potters, include the incredible fine line of Amanda Lucario, & her mother Rebecca. Amanda's creativity shows in her stunning plate, and super sweet seed pot. Rebecca's amazingly detailed jar is just so beautiful, with an unparalleled symmetry. View at:


Beautiful Hopi pieces, on the left Sylvia Naha, on the right Marcia Rickey (Flying Ant). Such fine painting techniques, bold shapes & colors. Two truly outstanding pots.
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Alton Komalestewa, great grandson of Nampeyo & student of Helen Shupla, created this stunning melon/squash jar. An amazing addition to our New Arrivals this week, from an amazing Hopi potter. View all at:


Cochiti critters today! Snowflake Flower's "Coyote with shawl" storyteller, & Martha Arquero's frog storyteller are flanked by Seferina Ortiz' happy flying turtle on the right. Marie Laweka's super interesting dog(?) figure rounds out the group. Here is a link to all our Cochiti offerings:


Wonderful Dineh potter Alice Cling's contemporary styling leads to these sleek, elegant vessels. Beautiful fire clouds, interesting forms & simple beauty are all trademarks of her pieces. View at:


New Arrivals feature the work of Jamie Zane Smith, an amazing Wyandot potter. So creative & distinctive. Please visit at:


More magnificently painted New Arrivals! Stunning canteen by Wanda Aragon of Acoma Pueblo (love the color contrasts!), alongside Jamie Peynetsa & Avelia Peynetsa's massive mix up of traditional Zuni & modern fine line. View at:


New Arrivals (yes, there's more!), include these 2 masterful potters: Lonnie Vigil of Nambe Pueblo & Frederica Antonio of Acoma. So wish that the beautiful fire cloud on the back of Lonnie's micaceous bowl was able to be in the snap. Acoma Pueblo's Frederica's exquisite fine line work is the perfect compliment. View at:


More micaceous magic from Angie Yazzie of Taos Pueblo! Stunning golden jar with such a graceful shape & wonderful presence. Truly an amazing addition to any space.
View at:


Welcome the New Year with this wonderful eagle storyteller by Jemez potter, Loren Wallowing Bull. So creative & beautiful, what a wonderful family! View at:


All these colorful Cochiti figures join all of us in wishing everyone the best for the New Year! Cheers!!


Big, beautiful Blue Corn bowl! Almost 12" across, black-on-black feather design with a wonderful high polish. A lifetime's skill so evident in all her work. View at:


Stellar New Arrivals this week include Rondina Huma's beautiful jar in the forefront & Joy Navasie's (aka 2nd Frogwoman), elegant, tall jar behind. Both wonderful Hopi potters whose skills are so evident in these stunning pieces. View at:


Merry, merry & happy, happy holidays from all of us at Andrea Fisher to all of you!


All that glitters!! The distinctive & glorious work of Angie Yazzie, from Taos Pueblo graces our New Arrivals this week. Her engaging personality & her engagement with Clay Mother shine through every piece! Enjoy at:


Master of space & form, Thomas Tenorio of Santa Domingo Pueblo, is so creative with his jars. This large pot could almost be from the Mothership! View at:


More from our incredible New Arrivals, these are from Acoma Pueblo. Cletus Victorino's fabulous spiral polychrome jar in the center, flanked by an equally fabulous Rebecca Lucario jar on the left, & a very unique Marie Z. Chino on the left. View at:


We have more sad news today, unfortunately, with the death of Santo Domingo potter Franklin Tenorio. He will be missed by us all and we send our sincere sympathy to his family.


Words don't suffice when trying to apply them to these 3 Santa Clara jewels! LuAnn Tafoya's beautiful black jar, Effie & Orville Garcia's red bear pot & Joseph Lonewolf's intricate sgraffito miniature seed pot are all part of this week's New Arrivals. View at:


Structurally interesting, elegant, beautiful & just plain good looking, this golden micaceous prayer bowl by Angie Yazzie of Taos Pueblo is another stand-out from our New Arrivals. She is so creative! View at:


Maria & Santana black-on-black bowl! Stunning traditional feather pattern & high polish combine to create this elegant piece. Part of our New Arrivals this week at:


New Arrivals from Santa Clara Pueblo include the fine sgraffito central jar by Dolores Curran, flanked by Corn Moquino's avanyu pot on the right, & Ron Suazo's bear paw seed pot to the left. Just a small representation of the many talented Santa Clara potters.
View them at:


With great sadness we learned of the passing of Rachel Sahmie. A wonderful artist with such fine ex*****on & sensibility, she will be greatly missed. Our hearts go out to her family & all who knew her.

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