James M. Ebelacker

Santa Clara

James M. Ebelacker (High Hawk/Chun-ga-tuu-weh) is of the Winter Clan from Santa Clara Pueblo. James is a son of Virginia Ebelacker and a grandson of Margaret Tafoya. James was born into the Corn Clan at Santa Clara Pueblo in 1959. He learned to make pottery from his mother. He is known for his large classic shaped vessels from Santa Clara. James has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for his pottery, including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southwest Association of Indian Arts in 2012, Traditional Pueblo Pottery Award, Best of Division/Pottery, and numerous 1st and 2nd place awards. His work can be found in the collections of the Eiteljorg Museum in Indiana, and the Denver Art Museum in Colorado, among others.

James M. Ebelacker

Santa Clara

James M. Ebelacker (High Hawk/Chun-ga-tuu-weh) is of the Winter Clan from Santa Clara Pueblo. James is a son of Virginia Ebelacker and a grandson of Margaret Tafoya. James was born into the Corn Clan at Santa Clara Pueblo in 1959. He learned to make pottery from his mother. He is known for his large classic shaped vessels from Santa Clara. James has been the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for his pottery, including a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Southwest Association of Indian Arts in 2012, Traditional Pueblo Pottery Award, Best of Division/Pottery, and numerous 1st and 2nd place awards. His work can be found in the collections of the Eiteljorg Museum in Indiana, and the Denver Art Museum in Colorado, among others.

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