Red clay, high fire glaze. I created it with the work of ancient South Americans in mind ~ the way that they portrayed the world through their art was absolutely amazing. Truly an interesting subject of study, if you ever get around to it! The jaguar mean tdifferent things to the various cultures living in the jungle; some believed it to be able to pass between the worlds of the living and the dead.
Roughly 6"x10" (email for exact measurements). I have yet to master the art of photographing glossy objects -- the glaze is a bit darker in real life.
It does have a wire on the back but it's not very traditionally attached. I ended up gluing it to a ridge and making it the most sturdy as possible. Hangs nicely, though~
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2012 Esko Senior Mural
Lion Facepaint (eyes closed)
Train of Thought
Nagual Spirit Mask (Jaguar)
Luna Moth Vase
Nomadic Bliss (Jellyfish Glass Art)