Deep Sea Scroll VII
Slab built earthenware, multiple oxidation glaze firings, cones 04 and 02
13 x 12 x 3
Deep Sea Scroll VII is a reflection on a passage from the New Testament (Mark 7:13). The encrustations that spread across the red letters are obscuring the third commandment which states not to take God's name in vain. The scroll is lost at sea, as a symbol for the many distractions, superficial entertainments, and abandoned traditions that drown and nullify the teachings of the Lord.