Tammy Garcia (b. 1969) is a Pueblo potter and sculptor whose work embodies classic design and modern iconography. Born in Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, she later moved to Taos and took up pottery-making. She is known for her large and elaborate pots carved with complex, extensive and original decoration. Her designs incorporate ancient and historic Puebloan motifs, including elements of nature, bird abstractions, and bands of repeating feathers. She also developed a Neo-Pueblo design language, exploring the medium of bronze and glass while referencing modernist aesthetic movements, such as Art Deco and Bauhaus. Her works are in the collections of the Heard Museum, the Autry National Center, and the National Museum of the American Indian, among others.