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Peter B. Jones

Potter and Sculptor

Seneca Nation

HQ Phone:  (716) 532-4900

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Seneca Nation

814 Broad Street

Salamanca, New York,14779

United States

Company Description

The SenecaNation is one of the original Five Nations of the Haudenosaunee, or Iroquois Confederacy. This union was created to bring peace to the Haudenosaunee, or "People of the Longhouse," as they call themselves. Comprised of chiefs from the Seneca, Cayuga, ...more

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Employment History

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Affiliations

Onondaga Nation School

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Beaver Clan

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Education

Institute of American Indian Art


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Seneca Artist Peter B. Jones | Seneca Nation Pottery and Sculpture

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Peter Jones
Peter B. Jones is a renowned potter and sculptor. He studied under Hopi artist Otellie Loloma while attending the Institute of American Indian Art in New Mexico. His pottery, which is derived from traditional Iroquois pit firing, hand-built coiling and slab construction, is admired and collected by community members, Native American art collectors, and museums across the country and internationally. Reminiscent of early Iroquois pottery, Jones' art directly reflects the issues that have impacted the Haudenosaunee. He is also known for incorporating what he calls "Indian humor" into some of his pieces. Jones is available to conduct pottery workshops and classes for schools, community groups and other organizations. To purchase or commission artwork or to inquire about a pottery workshop please contact Peter at (716)532-5993 or pbjones@dishmail.net


Seneca Artist Peter B. Jones | Seneca Nation Pottery and Sculpture

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Peter Jones
Peter B. Jones is a renowned potter and sculptor who resides on the Cattaraugus Territory of the Seneca Nation of Indians. He studied under Hopi artist Otellie Loloma while attending the Institute of American Indian Art in New Mexico. His pottery, which is derived from traditional Iroquois pit firing, hand-built coiling and slab construction, is admired and collected by community members, Native American art collectors, and museums across the country and internationally. Reminiscent of early Iroquois pottery, Jones' art directly reflects the issues that have impacted the Haudenosaunee. He is also known for incorporating what he calls "Indian humor" into some of his pieces. Jones operates a pottery workshop and studio on the Cattaraugus Territory, which is open by chance or appointment. Studio address: 12970 Versailles Plank Road, Versailles, NY 14168. Jones is also available to conduct pottery workshops and classes for schools, community groups and other organizations. To purchase or commission artwork or to inquire about a pottery workshop please contact Peter at (716)532-5993 or pbjones@dishmail.net


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(BULGARIA) -- Peter Jones is a potter and sculptor who resides on the Cattaraugus Territory of the Seneca Nation of Indians in New York state.
He studied under Hopi artist Otellie Loloma while attending the Institute of American Indian Art in New Mexico.


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