A spiral water design always has relevance to any desert people.
|About the Artist||(1925-2005) This Maricopa potter was the daughter of the venerable Vesta Bread and the Mother-in-Law of Mabel Sunn.
She taught pottery classes in the mid-1990's at the Hoo-Hoogam-Ki Museum
|Medium||Polished and painted pottery, paddle and anvil formed (iron oxide red slip with black mesquite sap paint)|
|Size||9" height X 6" width X 5 1/2" depth|
|Signed||"Phyllis Johnson" in black underneath|
|Date of creation||Circa 1995|
|Condition||Excellent to good, some black slip has crawled yielding some patchiness in the line quality|