wp – corn flower
1 in stock
A wildflower meadow is a lovely thing to behold, and for me the corn flower always was the sweetest flower in it. The delicate frilly petals reflected the clear blue of a summer day as they poked up above the foliage of the meadow. At least that is how I remember it from my childhood, as alas, the corn flower is now nostalgia for me. Herbicides have essentially eradicated this lovely flower from it’s natural environment by removing their ability to reseed themselves. I can buy seeds and plant them in my garden, but I assure you the effect is not the same. What else are we loosing as we “progress”?
Made in Dalton, GA.
||18 × 18 in
Hand thrown ceramic ring that has been altered and pierced with holes for use as a loom. Frame features scalloped edges and berry details with blue glaze on buff clay.
Nylon, bamboo, cotton, wool, acrylic.
Czech glass, metal, howlite, jasper, glass