“Maka” Sheath with Sea Grass


A fallen palm sheath creates this vessel. Formed while wet, the vessel contorts and flows into a new shape upon drying. A carved out area creates an eye — “maka” in Hawaiian — which has been coiled with sea grass, while the bottom has been covered with handmade paper.

Approximately 5″ x 35″ x 4″


Medium: Wood & Natural Fibers

Code: DEE25 Category:


Completed with a polyurethane finish and Mod Podge glue for protection.

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