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Charles Lovato
1937-1987

Charles Lovato printmaker, ceramist, sculptor, poet and jeweler learned art by helping his grandmother, pottery Monica Silva, decorate her pottery. He was honored posthumously with a show of his jewelry at the Wheelright Museum in Santa Fe. This artist was known for incorporating traditional Pueblo images like the sun, mountains and the plants of the Rio Grande Valley. Lovato was innovator in jewelry design combining gold and turquoise with olive shell, white clamshell, sugilite, coral and lapis lazuli.

 

 

 
Life's Intricacies
Lithograph
22" x 30"
 
$1,500.00
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
Origins
Lithograph
22" x 30" 
 
$2,000.00

 

 

 

 

 
Song of the Earth
Lithograph
30" x 22"
 
$1,600.00
Sunrise
Lithograph
30" x 19"
 
$450.00
 
 
 
The Hands of Man
Lithograph
22" x 30" 
 
$1,000.00
I Have Given You Reasons
Lithograph
22" x 30"
 
$1000.00
Of Beauty and Woman
Lithograph
30" x 22"
 
$900.00
"Yes I have taken from the earth its promise, tasted its fruit and eaten its life giving corn and I repay her by not abusing her so that the fruit and the corn will be waiting when my children are born.  
Acrylic on Masonite
27" x 22 3/4"
 
Suggested Price $1,200.00
Reduced Price $900.00
 

 

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