Rainy Naha

Hopi- Tewa

Rainy Naha learned to make pottery from her mother, Helen “Featherwoman” Naha, and Rainy is the grand-daughter of Hopi-Tewa pottery matriarch, Paqua Naha, the first “Frogwoman” She has won numerous awards, including “Best of Pottery” at Santa Fe Indian Market in 2007. She signs her pottery with the traditional feather hallmark used by her mom and then adds her first name.

Rainy Naha

Hopi- Tewa

Rainy Naha learned to make pottery from her mother, Helen “Featherwoman” Naha, and Rainy is the grand-daughter of Hopi-Tewa pottery matriarch, Paqua Naha, the first “Frogwoman” She has won numerous awards, including “Best of Pottery” at Santa Fe Indian Market in 2007. She signs her pottery with the traditional feather hallmark used by her mom and then adds her first name.

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