Had to make this guy little like his buds, as I cracked the tall one fiddling with it. :(
WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?
The semester is drawing dangerously close to its end, and I have to work out what I’m on about.
There’s something interesting about bodies - several items that look like they belong together - or maybe the confusion of there being an odd one out, or a collection that do not seem to fit yet they are placed within close proximity. My aim this semester manifested into a want to explore the material of clay, see what it could do, and how it or the objects are interpreted depending on surface and shapes. I chose to make cups ebcause they are something you very much wish to put in your hands and press to your lip.
Extending this to vessels in general seems like a natural progression.
I am seeking direct responses to looking at or feeling these vessels, no metaphors or storytelling.
Whipped these babies up this morning using toilet roll cardboard.
Not sure about this glaze.. too transparent and runny..
this faceted little guy came out pretty nicely.
stacked-up bowl shapes.. remind me of some kind of growth or something? I wanted to try to leave my touch quite heavily on something hand-made.
Great quote from Grayson Perry.
Some tea bowls that I tested white and green glazes on. This green came out beautifully, matte and a bit speckled. The white is beautifully milky with some little discoloured specks throughout. Happy with these tests!