While traveling through the Gila Wilderness area in New Mexico, Roslyn Fassett drove into the valley of the Mimbres people. Always having been attracted by tribal art, she focused on Mimbres pottery. Their polychrome clay bowls are greatly valued today. Rediscovered in the last century, valued and looted, the designs illustrate aspects of their everyday lives, ritual and otherworldly beliefs.
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Ceramics are what set the table and create a place for people to come together, eat together, have deep conversation and create beautiful lasting memories.
At Not Yet Perfect we will continue to create perfectly imperfect connection, beautifully flawed ceramics, and extend this spirit of liberation to the beholders of our creations.