"Asdzání" | by Michael Gorman
"Asdzání" is a one-of-a-kind raku-fired stoneware sculpture. It depicts a Navajo woman drapped in a blanket with her hair tied in a traditional tsii'yéeł [Navajo Bun]. She holds her blanket tigtly across her chest as she walks forward, her bare foot coming out from the blanket.
Materials: Stoneware, Red Iron Oxide, Black Glaze, White Crackle Raku Glaze
Pictured on a cedar base by Vincent Lauricella