Echos in Time

22 x 11 x 12

Edition of 30

$4,800

​​Caroline is a Tiwa speaking member of the Isleta Pueblo. Isleta is located 13 miles south of Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Desert Rain

(Female) part of set

21 x 9 x 6

Edition of 40

$2,600

Plate

9c

Edition of 30

$1,200

Cloud Pot

7 x 7 x 7

Edition of 40

$2,200

Peaceful Thoughts

18 x 15 x 11

Edition of 35

$5,700

Summer Song

12 x 10

Edition of 35

$2,700

Keeper of Hope

22.5 x 10 x 6

Edition of 30

$4,925

Song of the Messenger

​17 x 5 x 5

Edition of 30

$2,800


Pueblo Prayers

10 x 11

Edition of 35

$2,850

Sedona Pot

6.5 x 9.5

Edition of 35

$2,000

Asian Summer

21 x 9 x 6

Edition of 30

$3,600

Caroline Carpio's Collection

River of Life II

8 x 10.5

Edition of 35

$2,600

CAROLINE CARPIO

Swirl Pot

8.5 x 5.5

Edition of 35

$2,200

Tablita Pot

12 x 8

Edition of 40

$2,400

​In 1996, Carpio graduated from the University of New Mexico with a BA in Fine Arts. She also studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Caroline has been a potter for more than 29 years and has been making bronze sculptures for the past 17 years. Her work pays homage to the Creator for life and gives her the opportunity to create something beautiful from the Mother Earth from which we all came.
Caroline finds inspiration from her work in the traditions of her people, in the beauty of her surroundings and from Mother Earth. She started out making pottery using the traditional methods of her people.

Caroline continues to study and grow her ability to do sculptural form. This process has led her to making limited edition bronze castings of great beauty and power.

In 2000 Caroline was named a Fellowship recipient by the Southwestern Association for Indian Art.

Caroline was invited to be an artist in residence for the Takeo Region International Art & Cultural Exhanged Program in Japan in 2001.She has received numerous other awards and recognitions.

Desert Rain

(Male) part of set

21 x 9 x 6

Edition of 40

$2,600