Alice Cling

Alice Cling is the daughter of Rose Williams, and began to make pottery in 1966 after returning to Shonto after her high school graduation. She soon thereafter created her own unique style, using simplicity of form, and achieving a soft surface sheen. These traits have become hallmarks of her work. She has perfected this burnishing technique through much trial and error, using just the right amount of pitch in her work to produce this highly appealing result- her polished pottery almost looks like beautiful wood carvings! She sometimes experiments with texture by occasionally incising, or impressing, or adding appliquéd bands of clay. In 1978, one of her pieces was exhibited in the Vice-Presidential Mansion in Washington DC. Since then, she has won numerous awards at every Market and show that she has entered. We are pleased to work directly with Alice as she designs new and beautiful shaped traditional pitch coated Navajo potter

Alice Cling

Alice Cling is the daughter of Rose Williams, and began to make pottery in 1966 after returning to Shonto after her high school graduation. She soon thereafter created her own unique style, using simplicity of form, and achieving a soft surface sheen. These traits have become hallmarks of her work. She has perfected this burnishing technique through much trial and error, using just the right amount of pitch in her work to produce this highly appealing result- her polished pottery almost looks like beautiful wood carvings! She sometimes experiments with texture by occasionally incising, or impressing, or adding appliquéd bands of clay. In 1978, one of her pieces was exhibited in the Vice-Presidential Mansion in Washington DC. Since then, she has won numerous awards at every Market and show that she has entered. We are pleased to work directly with Alice as she designs new and beautiful shaped traditional pitch coated Navajo potter

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