A beautiful Southwestern style Mesquite vase with beaded features that are cut into the wood then divided with a pyrography tool and patterned with ink and acrylic paint. The rim and base are dyed with permanent ink. The base is handmade with beading, coloration, texture and carved feet. The exposed wood had beautiful grain and color and a silky smooth feel. Numerous coats of penetrating oil was applied and then buffed. 9" tall (including the base) and 9" wide.
This piece was selected as one of 60 out of 600 entries into a National art show in Conroe, TX.
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