This Earth Vessel, which began as a glass organic jam jar, is a one-of-a-kind piece.
I gathered ponderosa pine bark from a dead tree and covered the jar with it. Added some moss, a few found feathers, pinecones, stones and voila!
You wouldn’t even know that the lid unscrews. This is one of the most unusual pieces I’ve made. Everyone loves this piece!
The natives knew of the fire-resistant nature of the ponderosa pine’s thick bark. They lived among trees bearing the scars of the fires that swept through the ponderosas’ understory in frequent cycles. The fires were generally not catastrophic. They were of a low intensity, which reduced fuel loads and lowered the level of fire danger to the larger trees.
This is about 7 inches high, 6 inches across and has a 4 inch mouth opening. It would be an amazing urn for a loved one, a place to hide your keys, a gratitude jar or…
All the buried seeds crack open in the dark the instant they surrender to a process they can’t see. 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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