Charmae Shields Natseway
Charmae comes from a distinguished family of Acoma potters, and learned the art from her mother, Ethel Shields, who also makes storyteller figures. Charmae is known for her seed pots, immaculately designed in black and white, and also for her more unique formed pots that take the shape of pyramids, or boxes. Her painting is so precise, and crisp, that it sets her apart from other painters. She is married to Thomas Natseway, the award winning miniature artist.