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Lynn Hone

RARE US Laguna Pueblo Indian Artist Lynn Hone 2Pc Female Sculpture Circa 1987

RARE US Laguna Pueblo Indian Artist Lynn Hone 2Pc Female Sculpture Circa 1987

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RARE Laguna Pueblo Native American Indian Artist Lynn Hone 2 Piece Female Holding a Bowl Sculpture Circa 1987

Measurements: 13"T x 6.5"W x 8"D (33.02cm x 16.51cm x 20.32cm)                          25"Round at center (63.5cm)

Markings: Hone © 87  FS 1

Weight: 8.12 lbs.

Stunning stoneware clay sculpture of a seated Native American Woman holding up a bowl and adorned with feathers. The detailing of this piece is exquisite down to the individual fingers and her beautiful face. The bowl is removable. Sculpture is in mint condition, no cracks, crazing, damage or repairs. An absolutely magnificent work of art. 

Mr. Hone has an educational background in Art. He received his Associates Degree from Weber State College in Ogden, Utah; and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Art Education from Brigham Young University. He later earned his Master of Fine Arts Degree from Utah State University in sculpture and drawing. His works have been displayed in many galleries and are included in various private and public collections. 
Lynn’s clay figures are created from stoneware clay and are numbered, limited editions. Unlike bronze editions, each of these is handmade. Lynn uses a molded form to get the basic shape of the body. He starts each sculpture by pressing slabs of clay into the basic body-shaped mold, then models the head and hands individually, and then attaches them to the body while the clay is still workable. The small decorative baskets are wheel-thrown. After the piece is completed it is set aside to dry from one to two weeks prior to the initial or bisque firing. The bisque figures are then decorated with an oxide wash. The dark figures are covered completely with iron oxide wash. The lighter-colored figures are left unfinished with the exception of the decoration of the held basket. The figures are then placed in a gas kiln for a final reduction firing. Each sculpture is numbered as it is completed. That number is engraved on the piece just above the number of the edition size. It appears to the left of the artist’s name on each sculpture.

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