Eithinoha Ceramic Tiles

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  • EITHINOHA Ceramic Tiles
     
    Eithinoha tiles telling the story about the source of life for the native american tribes. It shows the 3 sisters method used by the native americans to grow the main food source for them - corn, squash, and beans. Eithinoha itself mean mother earth, a name for the goddess of the earth from the Iroquois tribe.
    These are ceramic tiles made from stoneware and painted plywood. Using mold as a guidance, these tiles were carved and painted manually by hand. The plywood were painted manually also.

  • Tiles on the wall
    Dimension : about 120cm x 80cm more or less 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tiles on the wall (close up look)
    Dimension : about 120cm x 80cm more or less 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tiles on the wall (close up look)
    Dimension : about 120cm x 80cm more or less 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tiles on the wall (close up look)
    Dimension : about 120cm x 80cm more or less 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tiles on the wall (close up look)
    Dimension : about 120cm x 80cm more or less 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tiles on the wall (close up look)
    Dimension : about 120cm x 80cm more or less 
    Material : stoneware
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    TIPI Lamp Series
     
    Tipi is a name for native american's tent that is used as their house, made usually from animal skin.
    This is a ceramic lamp made from stoneware. The source of the light can be a small candle, an actual lamp, or any other source of light available. These products were made completely by hands. The motives also painted manually by hand.

  • Tipi Lamp Series 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tipi Lamp Series 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tipi Lamp Series 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tipi Lamp Series 
    Material : stoneware

  • Tipi Lamp Series 
    Material : stoneware