Conversations in Clay: Sergio Lugo and Joseph Youngblood Lugo

Sergio Lugo

Western Spirit in association with Charles King Galleries presents: Conversations in Clay series – Three Artist Presentations

Santa Clara Pueblo artist Sergio Lugo (b. 1994) is the middle son of noted potter Nancy Youngblood. He is also a great-grandson of Margaret Tafoya. Sergio brings his modern interpretation Santa Clara pottery. Each piece is coil-built, stone polished, carved or painted, and traditionally fired.

Joseph Youngblood Lugo is the youngest son of noted potter Nancy Youngblood and the brother of Sergio Lugo and Christopher Youngblood. He is the grandson of Mela Youngblood and great-grandson of Margaret Tafoya. He creates traditional pottery that is carved, stone polished, and traditionally fired.

Program Date:

Saturday, November 2 | 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
FREE for Museum Members (Members, click here to log-in and procure tickets)
FREE with Museum Admission
$8 for program attendance only (does not include further admittance to the museum/galleries)

Conversations in Clay series is made possible through partnership with our friends at King Galleries.