Lucia Quezada

One of the daughters of Reynaldo Quezada, Lucia Quezada Treviso also makes pottery. The vast majority of her pieces are very similar to her father's: black graphite finish, tooled surfaces, bowls, jars and flying saucers. The biggest difference is Lucia's pieces are half the size or less. In 2013 she won a 3rd Place ribbon for one of her miniatures at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Women of Mata Ortiz show.

Corrugated opening on a tooled, black graphite flying saucer jar
Black graphite and tooled surface on a flying saucer jar with a corrugated opening
2 1/2 in H by 5 1/2 in Dia
Textured surface on a black flying saucer jar
Black flying saucer jar with a textured surface
3 in H by 8 1/2 in Dia
Corrugated surface on a black flying saucer jar
Black flying saucer jar decorated with a corrugated surface
2 1/4 in H by 5 3/4 in Dia
Corrugated surface on a black flying saucer jar
Black flying saucer jar decorated with a corrugated surface
1 1/4 in H by 4 in Dia
Pottery photos are courtesy of Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery

Mata Ortiz/Casas Grandes Potters