White Antelope Winter Showcase
A thirty year resident of Oklahoma, White Antelope horse hair pottery may be found around the world. She and
her Artwork have appeared on national television (CNN) and on many local stations. In print you may find her
and her artwork in The New York Times, Southern Living, The Cowboy Way, and Native People. White Antelope
is affiliated with the Acoma Tribe. "People of the White Rock" - which seems fitting when you admire her pottery.
takes eight hours. The last step the pottery is fired to a temperature of 800 degrees at which time the pottery is
taken out and the horse hair is then applied. The process allows the horse hair to create the fine line designs. The majority of the pottery is fashioned from Polychrome clay. She has at most twenty seconds to apply the horse hair after the pot is removed from the kiln the second time. Some of the pots are so thin light filters through rephrasing the designs.
Where: Summer Wine Art Gallery
Address: 2928 B Paseo