Thomas Tenorio

Thomas Tenorio, was given the Indian name of “U-Nah-Thee-Wah” when he was born into the Pueblo of Santo Domingo in 1963. He is the grandson of Pete Aguilar and the son of Trinidad Aguilar and Anacita Tenorio. Thomas felt that the ancient traditional method of pottery making was dying within his Pueblo, so he was inspired to try to resurrect this long standing tradition.He creates traditional polychrome pots, often with a contemporary flare with designs. Working in clay since 1972, he is a self taught potter.

Thomas Tenorio

Thomas Tenorio, was given the Indian name of “U-Nah-Thee-Wah” when he was born into the Pueblo of Santo Domingo in 1963. He is the grandson of Pete Aguilar and the son of Trinidad Aguilar and Anacita Tenorio. Thomas felt that the ancient traditional method of pottery making was dying within his Pueblo, so he was inspired to try to resurrect this long standing tradition.He creates traditional polychrome pots, often with a contemporary flare with designs. Working in clay since 1972, he is a self taught potter.

Santo Domingo

Thomas Tenorio #5166

$3,800.00