A standing Pueblo woman holds a blanket and is flanked by three children in this adorable storyteller figurine by Jemez potter Chrislyn Fragua. The woman, painted with clothing in peach and black, holds a traditional blanket draped over both hands, painted in buff, red, grey, and black. Two children, one on each side, poke their heads out from behind the blanket, while another child rests over one of the woman’s shoulders. Each figure is painted with wide, expressive eyes and showcases a round, open mouth, while the woman also features rosy cheeks. Her twisted hair features a flower painted atop, while each figure’s clothing is painted with geometric designs. 7″ tall x 3″ wide x 2 7/8″ deep.