I have admired Marvin’s flat black on black bowls for a long time. We have not had any to show in quite a while, but he just completed this for us. Using all traditional techniques and materials, he has created some beautiful black on black work. As he says, “My ancestors used a Yucca brush, but I use a liner brush made of fine camel hair so I can get the delicate designs in my pottery,” Marvin said he often incorporates the “Avanyu,” or ancient rain serpent in his work. This piece has added geometric designs, representing lightning.

2 ¼” high by 5” wide with a center opening of 2 ¼”

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