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Muhalla Stick Indian

Lillian Pitt

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This handsome example of Pitt's work as a mask artist demonstrates her involvement with Raku firing.

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Description

This handsome example of Pitt's work as a mask artist demonstrates her involvement with Raku firing.

About the Artist

(Born 1943) Lillian Pitt's tribal affiliations are Warm Springs Yakama and Wasco. Known as a mask artist using ceramics and mixed media, she as received recognition such as the Governor's Award for the Arts in Oregon in 1990.

First inspired by Northwest Coast masks that she owned, depicting both human and animal images.

Pitt has been profiled in Native Peoples and in Dawn Reno's book Contemporary Native American Artists.

Medium Raku ceramic, beads, abalone shells
Size 8 1/2" height X 6" width
Signed Paper label affixed to back of mask
Date of creation 1990
Condition Excellent
Provenance Consigned by a California mask collector APF
Other Works by Lillian Pitt
Nehalem River Stick Indian, Pottery by Lillian Pitt
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