Judy Toya

Judy Toya
Judy Toya

Judy Toya was born into the Water Clan at Jemez Pueblo and has been making pottery since 1972. She comes from a long line of famous potters and her mother, Mary Toya, and aunt, Fannie Lorretto, passed their knowledge on to her. Anita and Mary Ellen Toya are her sisters.

Judy is best known for her storytellers and her one-of-a-kind nativity sets, Christmas ornaments and friendship pots.

Judy earned a 1st Place ribbon for Nativities at the 2000 Santa Fe Indian Market.

Three children with a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with three children
6 1/4 in H by 4 in Dia
Six children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with six children
7 3/4 in H by 5 3/4 in Dia
Two children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with two children
4 3/4 in H by 4 in Dia
15 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 15 children
10 3/4 in H by 8 1/4 in Dia
4 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with four children
6 1/4 in H by 4 1/2 in Dia
7 children with a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with seven children
8 1/4 in H by 6 1/4 in Dia
Three children on a female storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with three children
6 1/4 in H by 4 1/4 in Dia
9 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with nine children
9 1/2 in H by 6 in Dia
4 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with four children
6 1/2 in H by 4 in Dia
3 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with three children and toys
6 1/2 in H by 4 in Dia
Two children and a basket on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with two children and a basket
6 in H by 4 in Dia
Four children on a grandfather and grandmother storyteller
Grandfather and grandmother storyteller with four children
4 3/4 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia
Three children and a hen on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with three children and a hen
6 1/4 in H by 4 1/4 in Dia
5 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 6 children
6 1/2 in H by 4 1/4 in Dia
3 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 3 children
5 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia
2 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller holding two children
4 3/4 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia
5 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 4 children
7 in H by 5 in Dia
6 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 6 children
8 1/2 in H by 6 in Dia
7 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 7 children
8 in H by 6 in Dia
6 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 6 children
7 3/4 in H by 5 1/2 in Dia
4 children on a Koshare storyteller
Koshare storyteller with 4 children
7 3/4 in H by 5 in Dia
5 children on a koshare storyteller
Koshare storyteller with 5 children
10 1/4 in H by 6 in Dia
5 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 5 children
7 1/4 in H by 4 3/4 in Dia
5 children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with 5 children
7 in H by 6 in Dia

Jemez Pueblo Potters