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Cranberry Patch Sculpture

Wood Platter

Created by Keoni Carlson
The wood bowl, reimagined: turned maple is carved to resemble woven and beaded basketry inspired by the rich artistic traditions of Native American cultures. The Lenni Lenape (Delaware) tribe considered cranberries to be a symbol of peace. The artist honors Delaware tribal storytelling and imagery in a modern, carved interpretation that depicts a stylized cranberry patch.

To create the piece, a block of sugar maple is turned on a lathe. Spokes and rings are then individually carved. Following a resting period, the design is burned onto the wood using 1/8" straight lines, then colored with hand-applied India inks.

Ideal as a centerpiece, tabletop sculpture, or wall hanging. Hanger included. Not food safe. Each piece is unique with some variations.

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