Black & White Jar by Pahponee
$1,000
Black & White Pot by Pahponee
$600
Dragonfly by Pahponee
$1,500
Dragonfly by Pahponee
$2,000
Medallion Vase by Pahponee
$6,500
Peach Micaceous Pot by Pahponee
$2,800
Pink & Black Saucer by Pahponee
$450
Pahponee
Pahponee began to understand the rhythm of earth, water, fire and air. Her experimentation with different clays and firing methods helped her excell in technical excellence in clay properties.

Pahponee (“Snow Woman” in the Kickapoo tradition) has been working with clay since the early 1980s. She is a descendant of the Kickapoo and Potawatomi Nations, originally from the Great Lakes. A self-taught clay artist who has re-learned the traditional pottery methods of her woodland culture, she also excells at contemporary pottery techniques.

Pahponee began to understand the rhythm of earth, water, fire and air. Her experimentation with different clays and firing methods helped her excell in technical excellence in clay properties. Mastering several pottery techniques has provided the platform for Pahponee to create distinctive pottery that expresses her own personal style and innovative spirit.

Today, Pahponee is one of the top Native American potters. She is recognized by peers and continues to receive awards from nationally juried shows. She continues to experiment with new techniques always striving for excellence in her work. Pottery by Pahponee is still recognizably hers. It has a consistency in grace, beauty, and is meticulous in design.