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 Kathleen Wall  (1973 - )

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Lived/Active: New Mexico      Known for: sculpture- whimsical Pueblo women

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Kathleen Wall is a third generation Pueblo ceramic artist who, out of respect to her heritage and her own creative talents, blends modern and traditional methods to creates unique whimsical figures.

A graduate of the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico, she began her craft at age eight when she made her first traditional storyteller dolls which her mother would sell to buyers. She was later encouraged by her father, Chippewa stone sculptor Steve Wall, and her stepmother, artist Laura Fragua, to make her own artistic statement.

Wall's statement turned out to be the creation of koshare clowns and Hopi corn maidens comically performing every day tasks such as making music, dancing and eating watermelon.

Wall follows century old Pueblo potter traditions when forming her artwork, but she deviates in that she does fire her pieces in kilns.

In April, 2006, Kathleen Wall presented a ceramic story-teller figure to First Lady Laura Bush at the Congressional Club First Lady's Luncheon, an annual social event for Congressional members and their spouses and other special guests. Wall's gift was in accord with the theme of the luncheon, which was The First Americans.


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Southwest Art, August 2003
"Art Buzz", ART-TALK, June-July, 2006

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