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”
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””
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”
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”
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?””
My very first self-made teapot! It´s not perfect, but made with love…:)
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 🙂
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!
As promised – here comes one of my pottery projects: An ornamental clay bowl, shaped as a red poppy flower.