Pozzi (Rosemary) Franzetti (1953-2012)
We are grateful that so many of you have found this post and made purchases.
It's time to have everything still available priced at $10.
This is the last of our Pozzi Inventory!
It is best to come by Two Graces in the Taos Historic District at 105 Barela Lane just off Kit Carson Road.
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Pozzi Franzetti Business Card Logo
Bucking Bronco Cowboy
Double Switch Plate 10.5" x 13"
Pozzi Franzetti Horse on Hill Double Switch Plate Cover 10.5" x 9"
Pozzi Franzetti Laughing Horse turned head
Triple Switch Plate
Pozzi Franzetti Rolly Polli Cat Single Switch Plate Covers
Pozzi Franzetti Moving Men
Double Outlet Cover with Single Switch 10" x 10.25"
Coyote Skier on Base 14” tall
Skier Hurricane Shaker 16" tall
Petroglyph Movers carrying sign standing on base 9.5” wide
Earthquake Shaker Basketball Player 12.5” tall
Koshare Skate Boarders 8” x 11.5”
Seal 10" width, Large Fish 12" width
4 Smiling Faces are available 5.5" x 6"
Maple Leaf 7”, Oak Leaf 9” (top Oak Leaf has SOLD) 'Curled' Oak Leaf
Leaf Round Cutout 6.5”
Abstract Symmetrical 7.5” x 8.5”
Medium Star 6.25”, Star 5.75”
Large Heart 16.5” x 7”
Abstract Cutout 10" x 13.5"
Abstract cloud 7" x 10"
Frog Business Card Holders
Settling in to Taos, New Mexico in the mid 80’s, Pozzi Franzetti created some of the most loved sculpture available here.
Over the next thirty years Pozzi created ‘Jo-Mama’s Pot Pies', but later what she was best known for was ‘Franzetti Metal Works’ which became a sensation.
In the late 80's Pozzi also took the time to teach welding classes to Taos youngsters at her ‘art camp’ in a small corner of Metric Motors. From the stories I've been told they were in awe of her.
The Earthquake Detectors (or Hurricane Detectors), are flat figures on a ‘spring’ which rock when the ground shakes or the wind blows. These are some of the most coveted garden ornaments around, rarely available, prices for these have ballooned to $200. and up for a small one.
We have priced everything currently in stock quite fairly and much lower than what is available from any other sources.
At one point Franzetti metal works were the number one seller through
Robert Redford’s Sundance Catalogue.
She even sold her work through the Home Shopping Network.
She was always selling at area craft fairs, where her booth was the most popular.
Pozzi Franzetti made art that you could live with, which often had a functionality to it along with a fun lighthearted sense of whimsy.
We call them Rusty-Gold and purchase them for our shop whenever possible.
We’ve even sold the ones out of our home to visitors who’ve insisted that we share these treasures. Normally we are lucky to have 1 or 2 of Pozzi Franzetti sculptures, at this time we are honored to have many available.
It's a Pozzi-Palozza!
Pozzi Franzetti created quite a unique niche in the world of Taos Art, her works are everywhere around Taos and across the country.
There may be imitators out there but what we've selected are the last of the best.
There are light switch covers and wall sculptures of petroglyphs, dancing figures and anything that struck her fancy.
For years a Franzetti light switch cover was the perfect gift for any new home owner, they brought magic to a room. Light-switch covers could be inspired by Native American Petroglyphs, sports figures, pigs, rams, cats, or neighing horses.
The Light Switch and Outlet Covers are our number one selling item from our shop, please check with us for current inventory.
Pozzi Franzetti Gouache Abstract on paper.
This was acquired some time ago.
Somewhere off the High Road to Taos a farm has used Franzetti 'blanks' in an imaginative way for fencing.
Here are 2 examples of a stamped Signature and occasionally she'll have added a signed engraving