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Native American-Inspired Clay Bowls

Sculpt an air-dry clay bowl utilizing Native American pueblo pottery techniques and designs.
An example of the clay bowl that can be made with this ARTventures lesson.
This projects featured artwork is a 20th-century bowl created by the Zuni people.

Zuni People, Bowl, early 20th century, earthenware. Gift of Mrs. Charles Morgan Wood, 1931.33.1

Materials Needed

• air dry clay
• bowl for water
• paper towels
• toothpicks
• wax paper
• sponge
• paper bowl
• baby powder
• plastic fork, knife, spoon

Optional:

• clay carving tools
• clay rib tool
• sandpaper
• acrylic paint (black, white, orange)
• paintbrushes (medium, small)

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