Doric T. Jemison-Ball ll, Cahokia Dreams, 2012, Ceramic, Railroad Date Spikes, 13'x10'x10'

This is a low-fire urn coated with a slip made from hand dug local Gualala clay and decorated with a carved drawing borrowed from the Mound People circa 1000AD at Cahokia, Illinois. The spikes are railroad date stamps used until 1966 to record the date railroad ties were laid.

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