Pacifico

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Join Jan in Celebrating more than 50 Years
of making pottery!

Jan Pacifico has been wrestling around the clay for 50 years. Jan started making pots in college in 1963 and has never looked back. It was an instant love affair with the clay, so after college she studied full time on a Max Beckman scholarship at the Brooklyn Museum Art School while going to Pratt Institute for her Master of Science degree in art education with a major in Ceramics. She has taken many workshops and studied with many potters to perfect her art. She opened her first studio, Home Cooking Pottery, in Brooklyn, NY, in 1969 and started teaching and selling her work. She sold in many fine stores such as Pottery Barn, Brentano’s, Macy’s and Bloomingdales. She had galleries at Pier 17 in Manhattan and on Court Street in Brooklyn before relocating to New Mexico where she has lived since 1991. Jan is known for her functional stoneware as well as decorative crystalline glazed porcelain.

You can see more of Jan’s work at the Gallery website at http://www.tomegallery.com

Call the gallery at 565-0556 for additional information.

Note: Interviews and photos can be arranged by contacting: Jan at 505-866-0582

2930 Highway 47

Los Lunas, New Mexico

505-565-0556

Within the Tomé Art Gallery is a room devoted to the work of Jan Pacifico.

She has exquisite crystalline-glazed porcelain lamps, bowls,
mirrors and vases.

Jan also has an extensive array of stoneware utilitarian pieces including mugs, bowls and much more.

She is well-known for her complete dinnerware sets with distinctive
Iriquois carving.

Jan also offers pottery classes at the Gallery.

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