Last night I went to Wild Life Drawing’s Owlet event. It was an amazing experience!! Photo album on Flickr can be accessed through the photo below. I’ll get to draw the owls again three weeks from now, at the next stage in their growth, and then again one final time six weeks from now. . […]Read More O W L S ! ! !
Well, I knew it would happen!! Ever since I did those two raku firings for the first time last year, I knew it would be a method I’d come back to. Having had the opportunity in January of this year (or perhaps it was late last year?) to try out the raku kilns at CSAD, I […]Read More Falling in Love with Raku All Over Again
This lovely article on a tunnel lined with Delft tiles reminded me of my previous post which talked about the reinvigoration of the blue willow pattern with a modern pop-culture twist.Read More Delfting through an archive
I received today a congratulatory message from a friend of mine in Illustration who had seen my plates at the Cardiff IKEA. I’m very excited to see them myself, but won’t actually be in Cardiff for a while yet.Read More Fruition: IKEA Project
I love collections of items. They always baffle me in he best way possible. They are chosen and displayed to be together, meticulously arranged. Just before the end of term, I took out the cardboard box that had been sitting under my deskspace since quite possibly late January.Read More Series, Collections, Multiples (inc Shell Bowls)
A while ago we had a go at processing our own clay. I had some from Italy, but the stuff was practically unworkable. So I tried to use it all in one go. I made a little house, and I didn’t fire it for the longest time. It seemed to be doing pretty well. However, […]Read More the little sad house
I made a small tapir friend. He’s very cute. I have made a cast/ small plaster bat from a spiky textured tile, and I think this will be a good shortcut to making further textured work.Read More Sculpting and texture: small-scale