Looks Like Things Are Stacking Up

Type of art: Basketry

This is a Cherokee double weave basket made with commercial reed. Looks Like Things Are Stacking Up is sure to be the focus of conversation. What looks like five stacked baskets is actually ONE! While the top serves as a lid, it can also be used as another basket. The brown represents our earth, the blue our water and the natural color our air. The arrowheads represent survival.

Materials: Commercial reed

Technique: Double weave

Size: 12 H x 12.25 W

Price: $275
Eva Cantrell
Cherokee Nation
Eva L. Cantrell is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, Registry # 74050. Her great-grandfather, Callebert Harris, is listed on the Dawes Roll at #26990. Eva is an award winning artist and has participated in Cherokee Art Market, SWAIA, Trail of Tears Art Show, Artesian Art Market, SEASAM and more. Eva learned from renowned pottery artist Crystal Hanna; Cherokee National Treasures Jane Osti and Troy Jackson; and basket artist, Regina Thompson. She enjoys being able to teach others Cherokee stories through her artwork and what the various symbols mean in Cherokee culture.
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