Lewis was a Native American self-taught ceramicist from Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico, known for her black-on-white pottery. She produced pottery by hand using coils. Lewis was inspired by Anasazi and Mogollon cultures and revived the eleventh-century Mimbres style pottery characterized by black lines on white slip.

We have one object that Lucy Martin Lewis has been involved with.

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