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Wilson Romero Page


This page is devoted to the work of Wilson Romero and Wilson's son, "JR" (not shown) .

Wilson is Cochiti, not Zuni, and the brother of Salvador Romero, also from Cochiti Pueblo. Whereas Zuni carvers tend to use more formal materials including semiprecious stones and mined minerals, The Romero family uses more common-place rocks, often found lying
in the open on the stream banks and fields of the Cochiti Pueblo.
As a result, these carvings are more organic and rougher than
those of their Zuni or Navajo counterparts.


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This is Romero Page Two - Wilson Romero

Click here to visit Wilson Romero Page Three
Click here for Wilson Romero Page Four
Click here for Wilson Romero Page Five
To visit Salvador Romero's Home Page, Click here
To visit Salvador Romero's Page Three, click here
To visit Lionel Sanchez's Page, click here

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Wilson Romero owl


WILSON ROMERO OWL FETISH
Owl
, carved from Cochiti Pueblo Stone
4 1/4" high x 2 1/2" long x 1 1/2"deep

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Wilson Romero red stone bear


WILSON ROMERO CARVINGS

Bear, carved from Cochiti red Pueblo Stone
5" high x 6 1/2" long x 1 1/4"deep

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Wilson Romero  owl carving


WILSON ROMERO CARVINGS
Owl, carved from Cochiti Pueblo SandStone
9" high x 3 1/2"deep

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Wilson Romero Cochiti eagle


WILSON ROMERO CARVINGS

Eagle, Standing.Cochiti Pueblo Field Stone
1 1/4" high x 1/2" deep

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Wilson Romero Cochiti bear

This bear is carved from the pumice rock that is found
along the banks of the Rio Grande as it flows through Cochiti
Pueblo. Wilson Romero, cochiti, is the carver.
2" x 3.25"
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Wilson Romero Cochiti bunnies


WILSON ROMERO CARVINGS
Pair of Bunnies. Cochiti Pueblo Slate
1 1/4" high x 3/4" deep
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For more Salvador Romero carvings, visit www.tribalworks.com

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