A beautiful, seated woman holds five children in her arms and on her lap in this lovely storyteller figurine by Jemez potter Carol Lucero Gachupin. The woman is painted with expressive eyes, an open mouth, and rose cheeks, and wears traditional Native American garb, including a turquoise necklace. She holds two children, a boy and a girl, in her right arm, two more, also a boy and a girl, in her left, and one boy rests on her lap, holding a drum. One of the girls holds a doll, and the other a basket, while the storyteller woman holds onto a large pot resting on her lap with one hand. The beautiful red, black, white and turquoise colors play off one another for a vibrant look. 5 1/4″ tall x 3 1/2″ wide x 5″ deep.