I love recycled glass bottles and this Water Vessel began it’s life as a humble tequila bottle.
For hours I took apart pinecones and aligned their ‘needles’ on this bottle…resulting in a very unusual piece! It sits on a moss base and has found feathers hanging on it. The moss-covered top uncorks. You’ll never see another piece like this! It could hold water for blessings or hold an interesting place on your shelf.
It is 12 inches high and 4 inches wide at its widest part.
After it was complete, I learned about the significance of pinecones: Throughout the span of recorded human history, pinecones have served as a symbolic representation of human enlightenment, the third eye and the pineal Gland.
Conifer pine trees are one of the most ancient plant genera on the planet, having existed nearly three times longer than all flowering plant species. The pinecone is the evolutionary precursor to the flower, and its spines spiral in a perfect Fibonacci sequence in either direction, much like the sacred geometry of a rose or a sunflower.
Our “pine”al Gland, shaped like (and named after) the pinecone, is at the geometric center of our brain and is intimately linked to our body’s perception of light. The pineal modulates our wake-sleep patterns and circadian rhythms, remains uniquely isolated from the blood-brain barrier system, and receives a higher percentage of blood flow than any other area of the body except the kidneys.
~In seeking what is essential, we become essential. Author Unknown~
Harmony Rose lives in the mountains, near Santa Fe, New Mexico. This Grandmother of six loves to gather sacred pieces of the earth and highlight them in her creations. Much of Harmony’s art is made from recycled pieces which, over time, will disintegrate and go right back into the earth.
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