A festival drinking bowl by Esthela Dagua, with turtle, tortoise, iguanid and zigzag motifs, is part of the “Rain Forest Visions” exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum.
A festival drinking bowl by Esthela Dagua, with turtle, tortoise, iguanid and zigzag motifs, is part of the “Rain Forest Visions” exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum. Crocker Art Museum
A festival drinking bowl by Esthela Dagua, with turtle, tortoise, iguanid and zigzag motifs, is part of the “Rain Forest Visions” exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum. Crocker Art Museum

Art review: Amazonian ceramics from Ecuador at Crocker Art Museum

October 01, 2015 07:00 AM

UPDATED October 01, 2015 02:00 PM

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