Pueblo Pottery and Cotton Balls
The softness and fragility of white cotton balls contrast the Pueblo pottery. Nature gives us great gifts that evoke creativity for us to tell our stories. In a way, we are able to speak through the offerings of the earth. The Pueblo people used this utilitarian piece to describe their journey. Generations before us, this piece was used for a means of self-expression, so their story would remain everlasting. In the same manner, cotton is taken from the earth and used in various ways to evoke new stories.
An original oil painting of a still life on linen, measuring 20 inches x 16 inches. Framed painting is 26 ½ inches x 22 ½ inches.