Showcasing a unique, double-sided nature, this stunning storyteller by Jemez potter Felicia Fragua features a seated woman with three children and a cat on one side, and an additional face with a cut out pueblo scene on the other. The front side of the piece features the woman holding one child in one arm and two in the other, a cat laying across her lap. One child holds a basket, while another child holds the smallest of the three, and each is painted in black, grey, white, and red accents. The cat is painted in black and white, and each figure, including the cat, showcases expressive eyes and open mouths. The opposite side of the piece exhibits a face much the same as that on the front, with a Pueblo scene cut out below, creating a window into the hallowed out portion of the storyteller’s body, which is painted in brown with traditional petroglyph designs. 5″ tall x 3″ wide x 3 5/8″ deep.