Miniature Seed Pots | Art Cody Haungooah (1943-1985)
Artist: Indian Potters
The small seed pots shown here offer a varied look at the artistry of Art Cody Haungooah. They are well-appointed examples of his sgraffito style and include a number of symbols and elements representative of pueblo traditions and culture such as the avanyu (a horned or plumed serpent), spotted frog, bison and a kokopelli.
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