Acoma potter Marilyn Ray, known for her expressive clay figures, created this sweet piece with both clay and wood. A small Pueblo girl sits atop a long wooden log, holding a wooden fishing pole, the end of which is set with a single pottery fish. The fish is intricately painted with traditional weather designs, while the girl’s shirt is painted pink, her shoes, red, and a small lady bug is affixed to her leg. A single lady bug rests on the log to her left, while a turtle and bird rest on the log to her right, all made of clay and painted in orange, black and white. 6″ long x 3 1/2″ tall.