Wyandot Potter

lidded tree bark bowl

 

 

This piece represents the evolution of style and design. The bowl is stamped in the traditional swift creek style. For the base I made the bark stamp out of clay. By mirroring a section of dogwood bark with clay, the living tree helps to tell the story. The base represents the actual physical appearance of the tree while the lid represents the divine creation that is within. Perhaps the lid can be seen as an intuitive rendering of tree cells magnified 1000 times. This piece is available through Native American Collections. Click on this link and scroll down to the bottom of the page: http://nativepots.com/sanpottery.html

One Response

  1. Zach

    This stuff is freaking awesome mad props man I’ve been under a painting curse doing art nonstop. Pottery party soon please

    September 27, 2013 at 2:35 am

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