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Grounded in Clay: Meet the Curators!

September 4, 2022 1:00 pm through 3:00 pm

Camille Bernal (Taos) is a Pueblo potter and experimenter--always exploring new forms, style, and techniques to create pottery that is uniquely hers. Camille draws inspiration from the spectacular scenery that surrounds her childhood home located on the Taos Pueblo reservation where she lives and works.

Ehren Kee Natay (Kewa/Santo Domingo Pueblo, Diné/Navajo) is a multidisciplinary artist residing in his hometown of Santa Fe. His principal creative medium is music, and he has been playing percussion since the age of ten. At age twenty-five, he began taking classes in polychrome pottery under the guidance of teacher Shawn Tafoya at the Poeh Cultural Center, Pueblo of Pojoaque. His latest work combines media to create multisensory art experiences.

Martha Romero (Nambé) is a teacher, micaceous clay artist, and community sharer. Martha’s pottery journey was greatly influenced by her mother, Rose Alice Baca. She has studied under such instructors as Clarence Cruz, Pamela Lujan-Hauer, and Michael Bancroft, and her work has been shown in various markets, exhibitions, and galleries.


These programs are made possible through generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts.