Greg Lonewolf – Santa Clara

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Greg Lonewolf pottery

Greg Lonewolf is the son of famed Santa Clara potter Joseph Lonewolf.

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Like his father, Greg makes exquisite sgrafitto pottery focusing on wildlife scenes in a polychrome style.

In recent years, Greg has found little time for pottery making as his lifetime interest in firefighting landed him a job with the Espanola Fire Dept. In the past year he has been promoted from Lieutenant to Captain to Battalion Chief. Consequently, he made 7 pots in 2001.

Greg has two talented sisters as well. Susan Romero and Rosemary Lonewolf both pot in the sgrafitto style and are quite well known. The patriarch of this amazing family was Greg’s late grandfather, Camilio Sunflower Tafoya.

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