Clifford Kim Fragua

Jemez Pueblo

Clifford Kim Fragua was born into Jemez Pueblo in 1957 and began producing pottery in 1970. Along with his sisters Emily, Bonnie and Carol, he learned the traditional Jemez ways of making pottery from his mother, Grace L. Fragua.

Clifford specializes in pottery figures: koshares, animals, nativities, storytellers, Corn Maidens and Christmas ornaments.

Santa Claus with a teddy bear on horseback figure
Santa Claus on horseback with a teddy bear
8.25 in H by 7.25 in Dia
Two children on a grandmother storyteller
Grandmother storyteller with two children
4.75 in H by 5.75 in Dia
Eleven pieces in a nativity set
Nativity set with eleven pieces
5.75 in H by 2.75 in Dia
Measurement of largest piece
Two children on a horse
Horse with two children
6.25 in H by 7.25 in Dia
A child and her teddy bear riding on the back of a white horse
A white horse with a child holding her teddy bear on its back
8 in L by 3 in W by 6 in H

Jemez Pueblo Potters