Sharon Lewis

Sharon Lewis is a former sister-in-law of the well-known Lewis sisters, including Carolyn Concho, Diane Lewis and Rebecca Lucario. In the late 1970s she started making seed pots with the help of her former sisters-in-law. Sharon is a master potter whose designs painted with traditional colors are intricate, balanced, and attractive. Sharon’s work for years focused on painting traditional Mimbres designs found in the old, ancient pottery shards in Southwestern New Mexico near Silver City. Sharon has recently created seed pots with swirling and flowing lines. Sharon shows annually at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market and at the Heard Museum Indian Market in Phoenix. She has won many awards at the various Native arts festivals.

Sharon Lewis

Sharon Lewis is a former sister-in-law of the well-known Lewis sisters, including Carolyn Concho, Diane Lewis and Rebecca Lucario. In the late 1970s she started making seed pots with the help of her former sisters-in-law. Sharon is a master potter whose designs painted with traditional colors are intricate, balanced, and attractive. Sharon’s work for years focused on painting traditional Mimbres designs found in the old, ancient pottery shards in Southwestern New Mexico near Silver City. Sharon has recently created seed pots with swirling and flowing lines. Sharon shows annually at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Market and at the Heard Museum Indian Market in Phoenix. She has won many awards at the various Native arts festivals.

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