Published on August 8, 2012 by Amy
Lori “Pop Wea” Tanner (died 1966) was a Native American artist associated with the Taos Pueblo. She was a painter and potter.
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Tanner was related to another Taos Pueblo artist, Pop Chalee. Her work titled “Taos Warrior Dance” (casein on board) is on display at the Arizona State Museum at the University of Arizona. “Spirit Horse” made about 1964 in tempera was sold for $1,100 in 2009.