Went on a day trip while abroad to the town of Hergisville and enjoyed learning about the history of the glass-making town. The museum’s interactive exhibition was dynamic and carefully constructed to keep the attention of visiting schoolchildren and adults alike. At the end there was the possibility of making a glass bauble, which I took!! It was very exciting indeed.
The other photos can be found in this Flickr album.
Being able to talk and converse with craftspeople is always a privilege to me. In a way, there is a secret code of knowing with hands and with eyes in a way non-craftspeople cannot communicate.
I spent a very exciting day out in London! Photos can be found in this Flickr album.
When the Ikea project was mentioned, I knew I’d be challenging the extremely functional nature of the plate: I wanted a flat surface to decorate, yet I wanted to make people feel uncomfortable.
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The work for the Pop-Up Shop is in the kiln for the bisque firing!
The ideas developed quite a way from when I was wanting to work on the toys in time for the shop sale.
I’ve got a set of pots which have iron stain slip on the rim. I’m excited to see how those come out………..
We experimented with making out own tools, and with those, we made marks on large sheets of paper.
Further images related to this workshop with Natasha can be found here.