This is a unique pottery creation by Dextra. Made in 2000, she called it her “blanket design” One of those pieces that is aesthetically pleasing when you look straight at it, and when you look straight down on it. The blanket pattern is clear, bold, and precise. The red clay slips, and the black bee-weed work together so harmoniously on this piece. The bottom of the bowl is plain polished. But Dextra added some mica to this bowl, and you can see sparkles on the red portions on the top part. I particularly like the red square stippled area around the round opening. It feels very geometric in its design. Signed into the clay on the bottom, there is also the corn plant to represent the Corn Clan.

3 ¼” high by 5 ¼” wide