World Nativity Traditions
 

Creator

Diane Wade

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Creation Date

2003

Medium

clay, glaze

Exhibition Label

Influenced by both Jemez and Zuni traditions, Diana Wade, a resident of Isleta Pueblo, creates pieces with extensive hand-painted design. Each of the pieces of this set is made of natural clay. The scene is very Indian in style and ornamental design. The wise men are three chiefs, one in full headdress. The three gifts are a rattle, a canoe, and a drum. Only Baby Jesus makes a difference. He is in jeans and a western shirt, and is lying on a sheepskin rug.

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Glazed, clay figures depicting the nativity of Jesus, created by Diane Wade in 2003 in Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico. Exhibition label originally written by Fr. Johann G. Roten, S.M. for exhibit entitled "At The Manger" and held at Roesch Library, University of Dayton.

Keywords

crèches, nativity scenes, nativities, At the Manger, figurines, Jesus Christ, Isleta Pueblo (New Mexico)

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