Published on July 23, 2014 by Carol
Patricia Daubs, “Turquoise Flower”, member of the Eagle Clan was born in 1963 into the Jemez. She began learning the art of working with clay at the age of 12. Her brother, the late Steve Daubs, inspired her to continue the family tradition of pottery making. The lucrative aspect of the business also played a key role in her becoming an artist.
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Patricia specializes in contemporary authentic hand-coiled pottery. She gathers her materials like sand, clay, and pigments from within the hills of the Jemez Pueblo. Patricia cleans, mixes, shapes, hand-coils, paints, and fires her pottery the traditional way, outdoors, with cedar wood chips. Her designs normally include feathers, kiva steps, and serpents. She also accents her pottery with turquoise stones to give it a unique style. Patricia’s pottery radiates tranquility. She signs her pottery as: Patricia Daubs, Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico. She is related to the following artists Dennis Daubs (brother), Gerri Daubs (mother), and the late Steve Daubs (brother).