Temple Urn with Snakes, 1995
26 3/4 in. x 18 in. x 18 in. (67.95 cm. x 45.72 cm. x 45.72 cm.)
Thrown vessel that is then hand manipulated to create crinkles and indentations onto the surface of the clay. Small snake figurines are applied all over the vessel. Glazed with a burnished metal resembling black and gold glaze. Horns are also applied to the bottom of the exterior and branch out.
Large bowl with a cone-shaped lid. Very ornate with indentations and crinkled edges. Snake figures are applied all over the vessel, as well as horn-shaped objects applied to the body of the vessel. Black and gold metallic glaze.
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