Navajo pottery-maker Bob Lansing uses pottery wheel to form clay pots in a variety of sizes and shapes. He coats the finished white pots with several coats of different colored slip, and then uses a fine stylus to etch patterns through the colored layers — one thin layer at a time to expose the different colors.
His patterns are astonishingly intricate and beautiful. And he creates his designs without using a pattern or even a preliminary sketch. Everything is translated directly from his vision onto the pot.