Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The Perfect Gift


If your shopping for that perfect piece of Native American pottery you have to stop by the Andrea Fisher Gallery on San Francisco street. They represent many Native American artist from all of the pueblos here in New Mexico. It really is a treat even just to window shop. One day I hope to own a piece of my own.

35 comments:

Lalockert said...

Looks wonderful. Greetings from Norway :)

Carla said...

Maybe i can suggest this to my hubby absolutely beautiful.

Merry Christmas Randy and happy pics for 2012!!
Carla

Olivier said...

une belle vitrine de noel , avec une belle presentation sobre

Thérèse said...

I wish... we wish...

PauloSilva said...

They look expensive, no?

Faylinn said...

Beautiful christmas gift=0)..Have a nice day

Kate said...

Really quite lovely, Randy!

Dawn said...

Wow. That looks fancy! Is it on your Christmas wish list then?:)
Like the lighting here.

Lowell said...

From what I can see, I'd like to own one, too! Quite elegant and beautiful! And I'd guess somewhat expensive?

Kathy said...

I'll take the one on the right in the window display!

Tanya said...

oh go ahead, treat yourself!

JM said...

A shop I would love to visit.

Sharon said...

Oh, this would be a very dangerous place for me to visit.

parker said...

I'll agree,how nice that would be to have a piece made by one of the well known makers.

VP said...

Nice place: I would really like a small piece of this pottery!

TexWisGirl said...

it looks like a beautiful place.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gosh when you pull it in close Randy it really does look quite striking, I can see why you'd like to own a piece.

Jarart said...

What a pretty window!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Those are beautiful!!

Luis Gomez said...

Wow! These are gorgeous Randy.

Magpie said...

These are gorgeous. I was thinking your picture would be of snow. I have been worried about you since I saw there were blizzard conditions headed your way. Did the storm miss you?

Jack said...

I don't remember this shop, but I do love Native American pottery. I have several pieces and think I could find room for more!

Eyeliquor said...

GREAT!

H A R R Y G O A Z said...

WONDERFUL image !

cieldequimper said...

Acoma is my dream... I bet these are on the expensive side and hopefully the artists don't get ripped off. This is a place that I should really avoid... :-)

RedPat said...

I too love theses pieces and am lucky enough to have 2 large, old Acoma pieces. It's a long but lucky story!

EG Wow said...

For sure I like what I see in the window. I would be very tempted to go in. :)

Marty said...

this shop seems to be really beautiful ! I would like to visit it!
sure I would find something !!

Regina K said...

Randy, not fair, Native American pottery is one of my favorite art pieces. Very homesick....

Teresa said...

Yes, I too would like a piece of that pottery! I've seen them in all the southwest magazines.

becky said...

Yes, beautiful pieces. I have window shopped there a few times myself. Yes! Randy, I'll be at the Christmas Eve walk... I'm excited!

Thérèse said...

P.S. I do remember the bookstore at the Borgata and do you remember by any chance the marvelous Christmas shop?

Faylinn said...

I wish you a very merry Christmas to you my friend

Cezar and Léia said...

Very elegant choice for buying perfect gifts! Wonderful store!
Léia

Sandy said...

I would love one too-they look quite expensive!