Aaron Cajero is a contemporary Native American potter. Aaron Cajero was born in the year 1966. Cajero represents the Fire Clan of Jemez Pueblo.
The artist began working with clay in 1993. He learned much of knowledge from other members of his family. Cajero uses clay and elements found in his local area.
Cajero uses the traditional snake coil method. To fire his work the artist also uses the ancient method of using cedar wood chips for heat source.
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The artist often carves unique subjects including feathers and animals on his vessels.
Cajero has a great sense of design and is a very competent draftsman.