Sweet Grass - Sage Jar

Type of art: Pottery



Why not be able to enjoy the smell of your sweet grass or sage any time you walk in the room? This little beauty was hand built using the slab-building technique and double fired with a beautiful green copper glaze. The handle is attached with copper wire wrapped around the handle and then ran through the holes in the lid. The front is decorated with tiny copper wire twists. The openings in the front of the jar allow you to see and smell your supply of sweet grass or sage. Sweet grass braid and sage are included.

Materials: Raku clay, raku glaze and copper wire

Technique: Double kiln fired

Size: 7.75" x 4" x 3.5"

Price: $75
Eva Cantrell
Cherokee Nation
Eva L Cantrell, Cherokee artist, lives on the Cherokee Nation Reservation in Oklahoma. She is a multi-award-winning and trained under renowned artists Jane Osti, Crystal Hanna and Troy Jackson. Cantrell has participated in Cherokee Art Market, SWAIA, SEASAM, Artesian Arts Festival, and more. She mixes contemporary methods with traditional themes in order to teach others native stories and the meanings behind the symbols in her pottery. She uses traditional methods with contemporary materials in creating the Cherokee double-wall baskets and contemporary materials for contemporary textile work.
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