Jim McLain

Small Chaco Pot

A small piece from my Chaco Series with turquoise inlay in a bark inclusion. Wood is Alligator Juniper. Sapwood has been carved, sandblasted and colored with Transtint Dyes.

Small Chaco Pot
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Bill Boehme
      This is stunningly beautiful. I love everything about it. Alligator Juniper always has such beautiful figure and great color.
    • Jim McLain
      @Bill Boehme Bill thanks for the comments. From reading some of your other posts, you know all about Alligator Juniper having hiked in the Gila Wilderness.
    • George Guadiane
      INSPIRED - groundbreaking?
      This is the coolest use of the existing elements combined with embellishments I've seen in quite a while. And I really like the finish... I can't find anything I don't like about this.
      I don't think I'm being overly effusive, this just made that big of an impression on me.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Breck Whitworth
      I love everything about this piece. Congrates
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