JOY OF THE ART. “[M]y husband made good money; I didn’t have to make [pottery]. But, you know, I just loved to fool with them! … I can rub them good and smooth, you know, and not just botch them up and set them up there because I could sell it, maybe, to somebody. I always try to make it look as good as I can, even for myself. . . . I know making fast and sloppy . . . is bad any time. . . . I believe you could always sell a good pot to somebody that wants something good, [not] somebody that just wants something Indian-made. . . . [I]f they want it bad enough, they’ll buy it.” --Georgia Harris on Selling Pottery and the Quality of Her Work [image: owl effigy by Georgia Harris]









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