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Add Enjoyment of Beauty and Function with Pottery Craft Native American

Updated on May 8, 2013

Pottery Craft Ancient To Modern Living Today Everyday

Pottery Craft is an ancient art form for Native American cultures that goes back to recorded history of mankind, 7500 years ago. There are many cultures that are long gone with legacy of pottery and articfacts that scientists have found that are astonishing expression of art and spirituality. But it is not the purpose of this lens to go deep into such Native American heritage, dead or living.

The question I wish to address is can living heritage of pottery craft as can be found in Native American reservations and outside the reservation add to our everyday enjoyment at home and community places ? At a local public library for example, I have see wonderful Native American Pottery as flower Vase and deocratives that adds to my enjoyment of a visit to this favorite neighborhood community spot.

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Pottery Native Ameircans & Other Cultures Ancient & Modern

For Home & Community Living Space

At home, for artistic minded friends and neighbors, I have seen wonderful Native American pottery and articistic objects that adds beauty and pleasure of everyday living to a home or community living space such as a high rise condominium.

Pottery For Home & Community

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Beauty and Funcationality of Native American Artistic Pottery - Pottery Functional with Beauty for Home or Workplace

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Native American Festivals with Potter Exhibits

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Native American Festivals with Potter Exhibits

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Twin Project C2C - A Link to Twin Project C2C for Healther Community Arts & Science

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Cafe Twin Bridge to Arts and Science

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Appreciation for Native American Culture and Sharing Most Welcome here

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      MizzMary 5 years ago

      What was once made for utility is now a beautiful art form. Thank you for sharing this information.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I love It!

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      Linda Hahn 5 years ago from California

      Thank you for appreciating Native American culture. I do too.