Male Storytelling Doll: Helen Cordero is certainly accepted as the most innovative potter at Cochiti Pueblo. From a complete failure at making traditional pottery vessels she blossomed at making figurine pottery, particularly storyteller figurines.
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Storytellers were first created in Cochiti Pueblo by a woman named Helen Cordero. Her people have always been famous for their destinctive pottery which features black designs painted over white clay. Most of the pottery they made was utilitarian-pots, bowls, etc. Some times they would make figures for ceremonial purposes. One common figure was a mother holding a child, known as the "singing mother." The mother's mouth was open signifiying her singing a lullaby to her baby.
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