This is a new hand coiled and traditionally fired incised brown jar by Johnathan. Like on all of his work, the realism of his incising is phenomenal. I love when he tells a story in clay. This piece features a Pueblo woman who is in front of the Kiva, carrying her vessel on her head. You can see the stair steps leading up to the top of the Kiva as well as the ladder for climbing. The next portion of the jar depicts two more women actually working on their pottery. You can actually see the seven pots they have created. The neck of the jar is incised with Pueblo symbols. It is highly polished, so the figures really stand out. It is wonderful and a unique piece of art.

4 1/4″ high by 3 1/4″ wide