This beautiful large vase is 11-3/4 inches tall x 5 inches wide. The opening is 1 inch.
This vase features a kokopelli on one side of the vase. Beautifully hand etched in a natural color. Each vase is unique in the way the horsehair is placed on the pot. His pot is not glazed inside and is not.The buffalo symbolizes the sacred, life, great strength, abundance and gratitude. The End of the Trail, James Earle Fraser's best-known sculpture, depicts a weary Native American man hanging limp as his weary horse comes to the edge of the Pacific Ocean.
The statue is a commentary on the damage Euro-American settlement inflicted upon the Native Americans. The main figure embodies the suffering and exhaustion of people driven from their native lands.It has also come to symbolize the genocide of Native American peoples amid relentless westward expansion. Native American hand etched horsehair pottery by Hilda Whitegoat.
Hilda Whitegoat is a full blooded Native American Indian. She was born in 1967 into the Navajo Nation. Hilda was inspired to continue a long lived tradition of working with art by observing her sister, Susie Charlie, work on her pottery. Susie, who is credited with pioneering the popular Navajo Etched Pottery, shared the techniques of constructing the popular art form known today as Navajo Etched Pottery with Hilda.Hilda began crafting pottery at the age of 23, in 1989. The lucrative aspect of the business is also inspiration in her decision to become an artist. Hilda paints on ceramic pottery and uses a sharp blade to hand etch on the pottery. Then, she fires her pottery in a kiln.
She paints and etches on all sizes of ceramic ware available to her, and is most known for her beautiful colored horsehair pottery. She signs her pottery as: Hilda Whitegoat, Navajo. Each piece is one of a kind due the process of placing the horsehair on the pottery when firing.
Authentic Native American Pottery made in the USA. If purchasing multiple items please request an invoice for the total amount due.
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