Art in Clay – The Cloak

  Browsing through my own blog, I´ve noticed that I haven’t shared with you examples of my art work with clay for some time now. (tsk! tsk!) In the hope that you will forgive this inexcusable lapse, I´m posting today one of my latest pieces – The Cloak. I´ve made it with white clay, whichContinue reading “Art in Clay – The Cloak”

“Meerkat on Lookout Duty”

  What: a meerkat, 36 cm high ( ca. 14 in) Made of: white clay, Barock glaze Made by: Sarah Meerkats belong since I was little to my very favorite animals. They´ve always impressed me with their unrelenting courage and determinacy to protect their family from all dangers. By Charlesjsharp – Own work, from SharpContinue reading ““Meerkat on Lookout Duty””

Glazing Experiments

  I´m sure most of you remember my post concerning the Art of Mastering the Potter´s Wheel about two months ago (if not, just have a quick look here). Due to the summer holidays and my new job, I had to wait until now to begin with my glazing experiments on the little pieces IContinue reading “Glazing Experiments”

Ghostly Image Come to Life – The Glaze

My clay figure “The Silence” has been finally fired and glazed! After a nice conversation about the benefits of glazing here on WordPress with my dear friend Patty (thank you, Patty, without you I wouldn´t have had the idea to do this!), I decided to give my figurine a kind of semi-glaze. This means thatContinue reading “Ghostly Image Come to Life – The Glaze”

“Just give me some fish, will you?”

As you´ve seen on earlier posts, I´ve got a weakness for birds, especially when it comes to drawing them. But every once in a while, I just can´t resist, and have to form them in clay, as well:) This little fellow is supposed to be a Southern Rockhopper Penguin, although I have to admit, theContinue reading ““Just give me some fish, will you?””

Back to Mythology … Sea-Horses

As I´ve already mentioned before: I´m a huge fan of ancient greek and roman mythology! So, here are my two little Sea-Horses – or Hippocampi 🙂

The Good, the Bad and the … Cute;)

I couldn´t resist – I just love this film mentioned above (granted: in a slightly modified form;), and especially the main theme by Ennio Morricone – which I could play on my  multicoloured goldfish ocarina – if only I knew how!