This is a turned wood bowl with a short base and bark on the lip that dips in a concave curve on each side. The bowl is made from Sumac that has honey and dark brown striped wood grain.

ca 1995

Tapa; 48.5" wide x 84" long. Made of processed tree bark and hand-painted with red and black abstract design. The following identifying information was provided by Franklin Seri: `...


Roughly oval-shaped basket made of bark and then painted. Middle section is orange (pleated) with a blue bar running vertically towards the opening. Sides are white with blued patches. Interior is...


Folded basket made of natural bark paper. Basket has a multi-tagonal shape with a square opening at top.

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