Jason Ebelacker

Jason Ebelacker (b.1980) of Santa Clara Pueblo specializes in and carries on the traditional large Santa Clara pottery made by his family for generations. He is the son of Yvonne and Richard Ebelacker, great-grandson of Margaret Tafoya, and grandson of Virginia Ebelacker. Jason learned to make pottery from his father, who taught him the traditional techniques of pottery making, following the classic Tafoya legacy. His work is inspired by the classic shapes and designs of his family and the pueblo. He is noted for elegant forms, lustrous stone polish and skilled carving of his pieces. Jason has won awards at Santa Fe Indian Market and Best of Pottery at the Autry 2016. His work can be found in museums and books on Santa Clara pottery.

Jason Ebelacker

Jason Ebelacker (b.1980) of Santa Clara Pueblo specializes in and carries on the traditional large Santa Clara pottery made by his family for generations. He is the son of Yvonne and Richard Ebelacker, great-grandson of Margaret Tafoya, and grandson of Virginia Ebelacker. Jason learned to make pottery from his father, who taught him the traditional techniques of pottery making, following the classic Tafoya legacy. His work is inspired by the classic shapes and designs of his family and the pueblo. He is noted for elegant forms, lustrous stone polish and skilled carving of his pieces. Jason has won awards at Santa Fe Indian Market and Best of Pottery at the Autry 2016. His work can be found in museums and books on Santa Clara pottery.

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