one of a kind 'constellations of stars' white moon desert hanging
one of a kind 'constellations of stars' white moon desert hanging
one of a kind 'constellations of stars' white moon desert hanging
one of a kind 'constellations of stars' white moon desert hanging
one of a kind 'constellations of stars' white moon desert hanging

one of a kind 'constellations of stars' white moon desert hanging

Regular price $120.00

each & every piece of these wall hangings are designed, hand cut, cleaned, fired, cleaned again, glazed & fired for the second time, & sanded once more!   the moon, desert & ocean pieces are all fairly chunky & normally glazed with beautiful, full range colors; some with crackles, some with speckles & all unique.  this particular piece is all matte white & has carvings on the last piece.  all of my glazes are non-toxic.   

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.

this is part of an ongoing series whereby i explore & express my love for our oceans, the solar system, our mother earth & nature & our place in it. these particular pieces are inspired by this brilliant quote:

“She was breathing deeply, she forgot the cold, the weight of beings, the insane or static life, the long anguish of living or dying. After so many years running from fear, fleeing crazily, uselessly, she was finally coming to a halt. At the same time she seemed to be recovering her roots, and the sap rose anew in her body, which was no longer trembling. Pressing her whole belly against the parapet, leaning toward the wheeling sky, she was only waiting for her pounding heart to settle down, and for the silence to form in her. The last constellations of stars fell in bunches a little lower on the horizon of the desert, and stood motionless. Then, with an unbearable sweetness, the waters of the night began to fill her, submerging the cold, rising gradually to the center of her being, and overflowing wave upon wave to her moaning mouth. A moment later, the whole sky stretched out above her as she lay with her back against the cold earth.”  -Albert Camus