This vessel is one of my personal favorites. I have been a gatherer most of my life! One of my passions is gathering unique pieces of the earth and then adorning recycled glass bottles that can be used for functional purposes or be a beautiful piece of art.
Most of the earth elements of this piece were gathered while on a trip to San Carlos, Mexico.
This recycled tequila bottle is covered in earth-toned handmade paper.
The sides are adorned with kapok and century pods and the neck with screwbean mesquite pods.
A piece of cholla cactus, some sturdy leaves and a few other earth objects cover this piece with a pinecone sitting on the cork lid. The mesquite is a small tree in the pea family and the pods, which look like screws, have been traditionally used by natives for food.
This vessel is about 5 inches wide and 10 inches tall.
It could be used as water blessing jar, an urn or a piece of art. It can’t get wet.
~For the flower, it is fully open at each step of its blossoming. 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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