All year round, Monday through Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM, any certain step or steps in the process of Traditional Santa Clara Pueblo pottery making, and even firing, may be seen when a resident potter or potters are at work.
In addition to the year round exhibits at the Toni Roller Gallery, the first show of each year attended by Toni Roller, Cliff Roller and Jeff Roller, with their pottery, is The Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market in Phoenix, Arizona held every year on Saturday & Sunday of the first full week end in March.
Then the Roller artists always attend the annual Santa Fe Indian Market also, on Saturday & Sunday the 3rd week end of August or the 4th week if the month has 5 weekends. They usually win awards when entering their pottery for judging.
Today, Toni Roller is admired for her refined style and high quality. She explained the high standards she sets for her work, "If I'm going to have my name on something, I want it to be perfect. If it has sandpaper scratches or anything like that, I'll do it again." In 1996, Toni was recognized as the "Guest of Honor" at the 25th anniversary of the Eight Northern Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show.