Emma Lewis

Emma Lewis Mitchell is the daughter of the famous Acoma matriarch, Lucy M. Lewis and has been an active potter since 1952. She works a lot with Mimbres and Anasazi Revival black-on-white and polychrome ollas, jars, bowls, seedpots, plates and owl figures. She first showed at the Santa Fe Indian Market in 1960 and has won many 1st place awards over the four decades of her participation.

Emma's work is included in nearly every major institution and private collection including the Heard Museum, Harvard's Wright Collection at the Peabody Museum, Maxwell Museum, Brooklyn Museum of Arts and many more.

Deer heart line design on a polychrome jar
Polychrome jar with deer heart line design
4 in H by 6 1/4 in Dia
Deer and heart line design on a polychrome jar
Polychrome jar with deer and heart line design
3 3/4 in H by 5 1/4 in Dia
Deer, heart line and thundercloud design on a polychrome jar
Polychrome jar decorated with deer, heart line and thundercloud designs
4 3/4 in H by 7 1/2 in Dia
Mimbres designs on a black on white plate
Black on white plate decorated with Mimbres fisherman, fish and geometric designs
1 in H by 10 in Dia
Mimbres animal designs on a polychrome jar
Polychrome jar decorated with Mimbres animal and geometric designs
5 1/4 in H by 6 in Dia
Geometric design on a polychrome jar
Polychrome jar with geometric design
4 3/4 in H by 5 1/4 in Dia
Deer and heart line design on a polychrome jar
Polychrome jar decorated with deer and heart line design
4 in H by 5 3/4 in Dia
Animal and heart line design on a polychrome bowl
Polychrome bowl decorated with animal and heart line design
4 in H by 6 1/4 in Dia
Frog and geometric design on a black and white seed pot
Black and white seed pot decorated with a frog and geometric design
4 1/2 in H by 4 1/4 in Dia
Mimbres frog and geometric design on a black and white seed pot
Black and white seed pot decorated with a Mimbres frog and geometric design
2 in H by 3 1/2 in Dia
Pottery photos are courtesy of Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery