Since 1995, Lyn A. Fox has shown exceptional examples of historic and contemporary pueblo pottery with an emphasis on pottery actually used in pueblo homes. Forms include old water jars, large storage jars, magnificent dough bowls, and small, unusual pottery curios - there's something for every taste and budget. His extensive knowledge of the background and circumstances surrounding each collectible makes for a fascinating experience for anyone interested in Native American art and history. MENTION SF Selection for 50% off one of our collectible books.
Address: 640 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501 MAP
Mon-Sat: 10am - 5pm
And by appointment.
Phone: (505) 577-0835 CALL
Lyn's inventory is organized by form rather than by pueblo to emphasize the diverse beauty of the forms created by the pueblo artists. His collection spans all forms, uses and styles of authentic pueblo pottery from the largest of utilitarian pieces, "ollas", dough bowls, and storage jars to small, yet highly collectible "tourist trade" and Harvey-era works, Storytellers, candle holders and more.
In his search, Lyn keeps in mind the modern-day collector's budget. "So part of my own search for pottery for my clients is affordability; when all of the elements come together and I can offer a wonderful piece at a reasonable price, you will find it in my gallery or on my web site."
As you stroll historic Canyon Road's art district, stop in at Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery and enjoy connecting with an important part of Native American history, art and culture through this beautiful and ever-evolving collection.