extremely light, with thin walls; in the form of a squash flower, signed and dated on base, height 6.75 in. x diameter 13 in.
Included is a Second Place ribbon from SWAIA, Indian Market, judged by Dick Howard, Linda Goodman, and Liz Dear.
November 1994, Angie was invited along with nine other potters considered to by Micaceous Masters, to convocation at the School of American Research. The result of the convocation led to a book entitled "All that Glitters," and eventually an annual show. (Angie Yazzie biography, included)
Provenance:From the Collection of William H. Saunders, M.D. and Putzi Saunders, Ohio
Clay glistens in the light; has two hairline cracks.
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