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In August, 2006, I left Santa Fe, New Mexico, and this home and studio apartment.
I will miss it, but I am happy in my new home in Boquete, Panama.
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I have an elongated dish as described by Mele in Jan 2010. It is beautiful. I would also like to know its value.
I just aquired a piece of pottery stamped, franhogan Santa fe, It is a long ceramic dish with a scene on it .Size 8"x 31/2"x 21/2" If you are the Franhogan I am seeking ,what can you tell me about it .Also could you tell me if you are still making more of them as I would like to see more. Thanks, M.
my questions are much the same as M.Meyers. I have a square dish representing a desert scene(possibly sand dune monument) or I may be totally wrong. I bought it in the states about 10 years ago . funny enough , after visiting sante Fe more than 10years ago , I am going tp panama next november and may will go to Boquete.
It is always comforting to have photos of "home" and where we have spent so much of our lives. We should all make such photographs. It wasn't until I moved that I now wish I had taken more photos of what for many developmental years in my family came to be known as home. You can never go back but with a photograph you can easily remember... This is a lovely gallery!
Hello Ms. Hogan, I just acquired five pieces of your pottery art. They are beautiful.
Three are long pieces with mountain scenes, two are bowls. I have had a hard time researching your name/pottery art on the internet. Could you please tell me more about them. How old would they be? Are these painted or a photo process? Where do you sell them? What is the price range? Can you use them for serving pieces for food? Any info would be much appreciated. Thank you, M
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