Paquin, Gladys – “Corn and Sunflower” Bowl (1980s)
Gladys Paquin was one of the few revivalist potters of Laguna Pueblo. Each piece was coil built, painted with bee-weed (black) and native clay slips, and traditionally fired. This is a very intricately painted miniature which she entitled, “Corn and Sunflowers”. There are corn and sunflower designs encircling the bowl. They are tightly painted. The bowl was traditionally fired. It is signed on the bottom, “G. Paquin, Laguna. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, restoration, or repair.