Alisha Sanchez

The daughter-in-law of Carolyn Concho, Alisha Sanchez is also a potter from Acoma Pueblo. She graduated from the University of New Mexico a few years ago and moved back to the pueblo. She settled in with George Concho and learned to make pottery from his mother, Carolyn Concho.

In 2017 Alisha earned the First Place ribbon at Santa Fe Indian Market for painted polychrome pottery in the style of Zuni, Acoma, Laguna, any form. She also earned a Second Place ribbon that year at Santa Fe for a traditional miniature piece.

Butterfly, fine line and geometric design on a polychrome plate
Polychrome plate decorated with a butterfly,
fine line and geometric design

0.5 in H by 3.75 in Dia
Butterfly, fine line and geometric design on a polychrome plate
Polychrome plate decorated with fine line,
butterfly and geometric design

0.75 in H by 7.5 in Dia
Butterfly, fine line and geometric design on a polychrome plate Polychrome plate decorated with a butterfly, fine line and geometric design 0.25 in H by 2.75 in Dia
Butterfly, fine line and geometric design on a polychrome plate Polychrome plate with butterfly appliques and butterfly, fine line and geometric design 0.5 in H by 3.75 in Dia
Butterfly, fine line and geometric design on a polychrome plate
Polychrome plate decorated with a butterfly, fine line and geometric design
0.5 in H by 3.75 in Dia
Butterfly, fine line and geometric design on a polychrome plate
Polychrome plate decorated with fine line, butterfly and geometric design
0.75 in H by 7.5 in Dia
Butterfly, flower and fine line amd geometric design on a polychrome seed pot
Polychrome seed pot decorated with a butterfly, flower, fine line and geometric design 1.75 in H by 4 in Dia