Pitcher, 1988

The Pitcher is an integral piece displaying bright colors against a black ground. Yellow bands and white and blue bands reinforce the structure by spiraling around the neck up to the spout. Floating spirals in brown and pink showcase the belly of the pitcher in what is a wild jamboree of colorful overlapping forms. Even the question mark handle participates in this delightful melee with its brown and yellow and pink scroll with a spiked rod piercing the upper part of the handle while a pink scroll anchors the bottom.
~Howard Risatti

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