Grace Navasie-Lomahquahu is a daughter of Joy Navasie. She started making pottery around 1980 and, at that time, her mother painted the designs for her. Grace now does the painting as well as the construction. Grace has fashioned a jar in the style of her mother. She signs her pots with a frog and the initial “G” Since she and her mother worked together, one can see the similarity of the two potters. The background of their ware is polished white clay with the designs in vegetal and mineral browns and blacks. She traditionally fires outside. This is a very full, large jar. Made in 2000, it is a wonderful example of the family Hopi “white ware”.

7” high by 9” wide