Hummingbird Goddess Vessel
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This is the first Vessel I ever made and it is gorgeous! It began with a thrift store find of a beautifully-shaped glass vessel,
I covered it with basic brown paper, then orange and gold handmade paper, then rice paper as the final layer.
It is adorned with a few shells I gathered in San Carlos, Mexico as well as a few stones and feathers.
The corked top has paperish pods around it and the very top sports a teeny-tiny hummingbird’s nest which I found in Nacapule Canyon in San Carlos. My family had climbed a rope ladder to go up to some waterholes in this canyon and I stayed behind to gather. This sweet little nest was attached to a grass (not a branch!) in front of a cave. I asked my bird-guide husband if it would be occupied again and he assured me that the parents had left and wouldn’t return. Sweet, since I wanted that nest for this piece!
The Vessel is 11 inches high by 9 inches wide and the mouth opening is 1 inch.
Harmony Rose lives in the mountains, near Santa Fe, New Mexico. This Grandmother of six loves to gather sacred pieces of the earth and highlight them in her creations. Much of Harmony’s art is made from recycled pieces which, over time, will disintegrate and go right back into the earth.
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