I turned a weathered block of American elm, charred it, brushed it back, and repeated this process until I achieved the heavily textured surface shown. I then warmed the interior with amber dye. This piece rests on a rounded bottom. 


Finished with multiple coats of hand-rubbed linseed oil. 


Dimensions: 7.75" w x 4" h

Charred Elm Pot

SKU: SG-171
    Member, American Craft Council
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    About my work:


    I create lathe-turned fine art and craft, and my native style tends toward organic, serene art forms that celebrate nature, primitive cultures, and wood personality as part of the composition. My work incorporates texture, color, fire, bone, stone inlay, mixed woods, and metal inlay.