Caddo Pottery

UPDATED:3-27-2014
UPCOMING EVENTS!
Hello everyone, sorry I haven't updated the site in a while. Things are just so busy! I recently got accepted to the SWAIA Indian Market in Santa Fe, so that is coming up in August. But before that, Red Earth in Oklahoma City at Remington park will be in June. Other shows I plan on attending this year are SEASAM, the Cherokee Art Market, and the Cahokia Indian Art Show. Look forward to seeing you there!
UPDATED:11-15-2012
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SEASAM was a success, I won 2nd place in pottery! Also the Chickasaw Nation Employee Arts Show was a success, I won 1st and 2nd place for pottery! Coming up next is the Chickasaw Nation Holiday Market from NOV 27 to DEC 31 at the Arts and Humanities building in Ada, OK. Come check it out!. Also I now have a Pinterest page if you want to pin any Caddo pots!
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UPDATED:3-29-2011
Buy Cool T-Shirts!
Caddo Pottery Designs now has an online shop for T-shirts and gear!
UPDATED:3-7-2011
Like us on Facebook!
I finally gave in and put up a Facebook page. We are simply running the artist page for promotion and marketing, please no friend requests!


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25 centuries is approximately how long the Caddo and their culture have been around in one form or another. That's over 2,000 years longer than the Unites States has been around. One of our ancestor's famous mound sites is as important as the pyramids in Egypt. Before the Spanish came to this country we were one of the largest, most productive, and most influential civilizations between the Rockies and the Mississippi. The Caddo's ceramic tradition along with the Pueblos was the most beautiful, the most skilled, and the most sought after in the entire land. I am dedicating this web site to the discovery of Caddo Pottery, its history and culture, past and present.


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Word of the Day:
  kin-nay'-ti-ti n. a female's brother