PB22 Acoma Carolyn Concho seed pot
This lozenge-shaped seed pot follows in the steps of Native American history. Seeds were stored in these small pots to be available for the next planting season. A small hole simultaneously protects seeds from vermin and provides a way to limit sowing to ration the seeds distributed. Artists like Acoma Carolyn Concho used the act of creating a pot as an opportunity to decorate their lives. 2" x 5" x 2.5"