It is a glowing green, blue, and orange threat, with a menacing dark red interior. One looks at this piece and one has to wonder what will happen if one places something inside this bulb vase....I am not to sure I would.....but one might appease its apparent hunger with....maybe an exotic bloom...or maybe even ones finger? be very careful the mouth of this piece of ceramic art pottery has sharp teeth and edges that might bite! so, be very, very careful with this one.
The "Green Hunger is approximately 4 inches tall by about 6 inches across.
As corny as this sounds this is really one of those piece that one has to see with their own eyes to appreciate. This delightful work of ceramic art sculpture has many rich tones,colors, and textures and will surely be the focal point of any room!
The Green Hunger has been featured on my Pottery blog and may be viewed at:
Some of my pottery has been described as having the appearance of being life forms from the warm sunny seas of an alien world.
No wonder, I hand create all of my pottery right off the shores of the sunny, sunny, Southern Gulf Coast. Each piece is hand
formed and embellished with either hand carvings or stamp work using my very own carefully chosen vintage and antique stamping tools.
Each piece takes a minimum of 5 to 15 hours and sometimes even longer to produce.
I handcraft all of my pieces right here in my shop “South Coast Antiques and Gallery", located in downtown, Ocean Springs,
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about this piece or if you wish to combine shipping of items, or if you wish to make a purchase from outside the U.S.
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