Crow Smudge Pot
Native Americans burn white sage - called smudging - to extinguish negative energy from a room. Sage has a wonderful scent when burned. The stoneware dish is thrown on a wheel, with a handsculpted crow that symbolizes sacred and wisdom. Glazed in a soft green glaze with a blue accent in the center of the dish.
- Hand thrown and sculpted ceramic
- White sage bundle
- Dish: 5" Diameter x 1.75" High
- Crow: 2.75" x 1.25"
- Artist and Smudging information included
Carolyn Dilcher-Stutz has loved and cared for animals her entire life. She was greatly influenced by her father, a professor of Ecology, and learned the importance of stewardship of the environment, and the protection of the flora and fauna inhabiting it. People in town frequently brought young or injured wildlife to him, which he delivered home to be raised or rehabilitated.
She sculpts animal forms that adorn vessels called ‘Wish Pots’. Her larger works are in collaboration with ceramic artist Richard Aerni. Each of her works reflect respect and love for animals.
Carolyn maintains a studio in Rochester, NY.