Darrick Tsosie

Jemez pueblo potter Darrick Tsosie
Darrick Tsosie

Darrick Tsosie is the son of Leonard Tsosie and Emily Fragua-Tsosie. He learned the art of making pottery the traditional way from his mother at an early age and he continues in her tradition of producing figures, storytellers and nativities.

Darrick's work is on display at the Eiteljorg Museum of the American Indian in Indianapolis and at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC. Some of his pieces have been included in the White House Permanent Collection. He's participated in shows and exhibits at the Eiteljorg Indian Arts Market, SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market, Autry Museum Indian Marketplace, Pueblo Grande Indian Market, Red Earth Indian Festival and the Eight Northern Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show. He's taken home 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place ribbons from the Eiteljorg Indian Arts Market and the Santa Fe Indian Market.

One kitten on a cat stortyteller
Cat storyteller with one kitten
5 3/4 in h by 4 in Dia
Two kittens on a feline storyteller figure
Feline storyteller figure with two kittens
7 1/4 in H by 4 1/2 in Dia
1 kitten on a feline Santa storyteller
Feline Santa Claus stiryteller with one kitten
6 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia
A puppy and a bone held by a canine storyteller
Dog storyteller with a puppy and a bone
7 3/4 in H by 5 1/4 in Dia
A puppy on a dog storyteller
Canine storyteller holding one puppy
7 1/2 in H by 5 in Dia
Two children on a grandfather storyteller
Grandfather storyteller with two children
8 1/2 in H by 6 3/4 in Dia
5 children on a grandfather storyteller
Grandfather storyteller with five children
6 3/4 in H by 5 1/2 in Dia
2 children and a pot on a grandmother storyteller in a manta
Grandmother storyteller wearing a manta with two children and a pot in her lap
6 3/4 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia
Seven pieces in a canine nativity set
Canine nativity set with seven pieces
5 3/4 in H by 3 3/4 in Dia
Measurement of largest piece
4 pieces in a canine nativity set
Canine Nativity set with four pieces
5 in H by 4 1/4 in Dia
Measurement of largest piece
Child riding a horse
Child on a horse
6 3/4 in H by 7 in Dia