Southwestern inspired hand-turned artistic bowl.
$650 (This piece is temporarily unavailable on this site. It is currently available through the Orange County NY Arts Council’s on-line auction)
Whether the highlight of a wooden curio collection, or providing focus to a fireplace mantel, this Pueblo inspired Elm bowl draws forth images of the desert Southwest.
The exotic, naturally red, bloodwood rim is detailed with diamond, rectangle and circle inlays of South American tagua nut and Macassar Ebony.
Certain to become a family heirloom, this handmade bowl was turned by Nicholas G. Licata in 2020. It is one of a kind, dated and signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Nicholas G. Licata, B.F.A, M.A. is a life-long wood artist holding degrees in Fine Arts and Communication Arts. He is a member of the American Association of Wood Turners and lives in the Hudson Valley Region of New York State, USA.