Anita Toya

Jemez Pueblo

Anita Toya
Anita Toya

Anita Toya is the sister of Judy Toya and daughter of the late storyteller artist Mary E. Toya. Among her other siblings are Mary Ellen and Marie R. Toya.

Anita has been making storytellers since the 1970s. Anita's storytellers tend to be more traditional, reflecting the influence of her Jemez Pueblo family. She also makes nativities (nacimientos) and other figures.

Anita has earned awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market and the Dallas Indian Market.

Eleven figures in a polychrome nativity scene
Polychrome nacimiento with eleven figures
5.5 in H by 5 in Dia Measurement of largest piece
Three children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller figure with three children
6.25 in H by 5 in Dia
Five children and a cat on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with five children and a cat
7.25 in H by 6.25 in Dia
Seven children on a Koshare storyteller
Koshare storyteller with seven children
9.25 in H by 7 in Dia
8 children on a koshare storyteller
Koshare storyteller with eight children
9.75 in H by 8.25 in Dia

Jemez Pueblo Potters