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Anasazi Pottery Southeast Utah: 

 Authentic Pueblo III Style Trench Kiln Firing -  Bluff, Utah - Summer 2017

Ancient Arts®  pottery is sold exclusively online
and through Cow Canyon Trading Post, Bluff Utah.
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Archaeological ceramist Gregory Wood will speak on the evolution of prehistoric to contemporary ceramics of the American Southwest at the upcoming Encuentro de Ceramistas convention to be held in Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico, October 12 -14. Events will take place at multiple locations including El Museo de las Culturas del Norte at Paquimé, a UNESCO World Heritage Site



 Ancient Arts® 

The Ancient Arts® pottery
of Gregory Wood is currently on display at Stanford University, the National Center for Atmospheric Research and at the Casa Chihuahua Centro de Patrimonio Cultural Museum in Chihuahua City, Mexico. 

Ancient Arts® pottery has also been featured at Canyonlands National Park, the Anasazi Heritage Center, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology and in the National Geographic Explorer television documentary entitled "Looters!" 

This licensed educator and national award winning ArchćoCeramist™ has lectured, researched and conducted seminar workshops on prehistoric ceramic technology of the New World for over twenty five years. 

In addition to his studio work and interpretive museum exhibits he welcomes new collaborative research, speaking, educational and workshop opportunities. Wood's work was first curated by the National Park Service in 1997.



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