irregular vessel that is tall and thin; wider at the base than at the mouth with a wider part near the middle; horizontal stripe with jagged edges along the bottom of the stripes; stripes are made from two different clay bodies: one is smooth and tan in color and the other has larger inclusions and is grey in color; shiny grey glaze on interior

Gray and beige vessel, 1972

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In another variation of his wave pattern, Kamoda carved the surfaces of his vessels with jagged undulations. These he filled with a lighter clay slip. Once they were leather-hard, he scraped away the excess, revealing the pattern created by the contrast of the gray clay body and the lighter slip.

Details
Title
Gray and beige vessel
Artist Life
1933 - 1983
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2021.125.1
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irregular vessel that is tall and thin; wider at the base than at the mouth with a wider part near the middle; horizontal stripe with jagged edges along the bottom of the stripes; stripes are made from two different clay bodies: one is smooth and tan in color and the other has larger inclusions and is grey in color; shiny grey glaze on interior
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