Betty Jean Fragua – Jemez

Published on July 29, 2014 by Carol

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B.J. Fragua Jemez Pot

This young potter is the daughter of Juanita Fragua, one of the potters responsible for the renaissance of Jemez pottery. B J works in a style somewhat reminiscent of her mother’s but it has a more contemporary feel.

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She is one of the best young potters to emerge from Jemez Pueblo in recent years and many awards testify to this fact. B J also has a sister, Glendora Fragua, who is a also a very talented and recognized potter and a brother, Clifford Fragua, one of the best known Indian sculptors.

She is a member of a very talented family.

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