The latest of Native American Wedding Vases - burnished and reduction fired in sawdust...
"Today and Always" was commissioned as a gift to pay tribute to a gentleman who loved to wear Western attire
and had a passion for cooking and chocolate. Additional embellishments which have special meaning were requested.
Anything that you can imagine will be considered for a commission!
Studies of Potteries of Southwest Native Peoples and Storytellers by Helen Cordero of the Cochiti Pueblo in New Mexico inspired an entire series of sculptures and archaeological adventures. The Wedding Vase and Storyteller became popular objects of desire and commissions. If you are seeking a reasonably priced one-of-a-kind gift in the style of traditional Puebloan Potteries, contact me with your proposal. The Potteries are hand-built, stone polished and either sawdust fired to achieve a reduced blackware or fumed to produce a natural smoked golden-brown stain. They may also be painted in the manner of polychrome pottery, intricately patterned. These custom designed original pieces, inspired by traditional potteries make exceptional and memorable gifts.
Native American Wedding Vase - Burnished and Fumed Clay With Resist Heart Symbol
Burnished and Sawdust Fired Wedding Vases
Glazed Wedding Vase - Rotated Views
Native American Storytellers - Acrylic Painted Clay
Painted and Fumed Globular Vase
Ring of Safety - Acrylic Painted Clay
Barbara Scavotto Earley Sculpture