one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging
one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging
one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging
one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging
one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging
one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging
one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging
one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging

one of a kind 'a place of faith' desert wall hanging

Regular price $295.00

each & every piece of these wall hangings are cut, cleaned, sanded, designed, fired twice, & glazed by hand. the moon, desert & sea pieces are all fairly chunky & glazed with beautiful, full range colors; some with crackles, some with speckles & all unique. this piece is strung on strong waxed linen cord & come ready to hang.  these pieces range in length from 8-24".  all of my glazes are non-toxic. some ocean pieces have collected california beach driftwood added as well.  

perfect for your art wall, office, door, nursery, garden nook, reading library, or any other room needing some lovely wall work! these are in my studio & ready to ship.

my moon, desert & ocean series is an ongoing exploration of my love for our oceans, the constellations, solar system, & our place in these mysterious wonders of our world. this piece is inspired by these quotes:

“The desert could not be claimed or owned–it was a piece of cloth carried by winds, never held down by stones, and given a hundred shifting names... Its caravans, those strange rambling feasts and cultures, left nothing behind, not an ember. All of us, even those with European homes and children in the distance, wished to remove the clothing of our countries. It was a place of faith. We disappeared into landscape.”
― Michael Ondaatje, The English Patient

“We passed the great arid deserts of the West, driving through canyons and beneath rocky outcroppings and over great crevasses. We drove through the Mojave Desert, Owens Valley and Death Valley, and the dust entered our bloodstream and flowed through to every part of our body. The West was both eerie and breathtakingly beautiful, and we wanted to live there forever.”
― Karl Wiggins