Acorn Pot by Nancy Oakley
A stone-polished and smoke-fired acorn pot by Nancy Oakley of Oakleaves Native Creations. This piece has a masterfully fitting lid that is finished with a sweetgrass handle. A beautiful place to store your small keepsakes and treasures.
Nancy Oakley is a First Nations artist of Mi’kmaq and Wampanoag descent. She was raised in Massachusetts and decided to move to her mother’s reserve in Eskasoni First Nation to better understand her heritage. She attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in New Mexico and NSCAD. Oakley has had her own craft business for the last 20 years, focusing on pottery and beadwork. Her pottery is stone-polished and smoke-fired and often incorporates sweetgrass used for purification in First Nation cultures.
Stone-polished and smoke-fired clay, sweetgrass
3 (diam) x 3.25 in
7.5 (diam) x 8.25 cm