When Kala, pottery artist, and I were talking about creating this clay piece, I asked her to “leave me something to fight with.” I love having a problem to solve, and this one was a real puzzle. Two things I love: the leather “lines” that span the frame to connect the fiber groupings & the open spaces inside that remind me of a clearing in a forest where the light breaks through. I envision the future owner of this piece making it theirs by painting the wall just behind it so it shines through the negative space.
SIZE & DETAILS
- 21" Long
- 15" Wide
- 3.5 Deep
- Locally sourced terracotta from Sacramento, CA
- Hand threw in Sonoma, CA by local artist Kala Stein
- Natural white New Zealand Sheep’s Wool
- Hand-felted in Nepal, sustainably sourced from a local San Francisco based business
- Chocolate colored leather
- By-product of the beef industry
- Sourced from a local vendor in Napa, Ca
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