This piece was developed in layers. First, I created the ceramic shape and cut rectangular openings in each of the four sides. After the first kiln firing, I experimented with white, brown, and teal glazes. After the second kiln firing, I spun art yarn in the palette of the glazes and wove the yarn into the openings of the ceramic base. The result could either be used as a vase to hold dried flowers, or as a sculpture as it is.
This piece is currently on display at Artbarn52 in Edina, MN.
This piece must be picked up at Artbarn52 in Edina, MN because it is too fragile to be shipped
8" w x 8" d x 12" h
clay, hand-spun wool, wired paper twine