A 300 year-old lost art tradition of the Hemish (Jemez) People brought back from extinction.
The Ancient-Style Black-on-White Pottery Traditions Of The Hemish People Re-enforces & Confirms Our Existence In The Jemez Mountains & The Valles Caldera.
The Rediscovery Of This Tradition Is Considered By Experts To Be The Most Complex Of Pottery Revival.
The pottery is the original art form of the Jemez (pronounced hey-mess) People and was made and used, based on archaeological findings and oral traditions, throughout the Jemez Mountain range by the Jemez People up to 1700 AD, before being forcibly extinguished by Spanish occupation.
Amerind Museum, AZ, showcases Master Artists and their Historic traditional art revivals, Past & Present.