Published on July 5, 2013 by Amy
Theresa Garcia-Salvador was born in 1964 and is a member of the Red Corn Clan. She began experimenting with clay at the age of 23. Theresa was taught the fundamentals of working with clay by her sister, Vivian Seymour. Vivian shared with Theresa the ancient methods of hand coiling pottery using traditional clays and other natural pigments provided by Mother Earth.
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Theresa specializes in hand coiled thin walled Acoma water vessels and flat seedpots. Theresa used to sign her pottery: T. Garcia, Acoma. Theresa now signs her pottery: T. Salvador, Acoma. She is related to Clovis Garcia (brother), Nadine Mansfield, Gary Louis, Rita Malie and Veronica Louis (cousins).