First I’d like to thank all those who came on Saturday, you made it a fantastic day!
Here is an over view for those of you who couldn’t make it and who follow my blog.
Sketch book work and research.
Centre piece installation – stone and textile.
Mono prints with collage.
More sketch book work.
Clay with cotton thread
Stone study – acrylic and oil pastel
It was a really satisfying experience and a chance for me to look at my work too. Thanks for your support! 🙂
While I was being part of the art trail with Sarah and in between visitors, I carried on doing some work on my stones project. It was really nice to relax and enjoy the feel of the clay. I finished off the earlier forms I had done by smoothing them and making holes I wanted. Now they are ready for first firing. I think they look beautiful just like that! These are similar shapes I’ve started, cut in half and scooped out. The scooping out was yummy as the clay was really soft. I am really looking forward to continuing with these! 🙂
My friend Sarah came round to do some art with me last week and she bought my soap dish that I’d made back for me all glazed and beautiful.
I’m really happy with it 🙂
Another lovely day spent with my ceramicist friend Sarah on Saturday. I always enjoy the way it’s such a lovely distraction.
This is my lovely wall plaque which I decorated last time all glazed and finished.
My soap dish that has been waiting to have the colour added for such a long time is painted ready to be fired. The piece I made on Saturday was this sculptural cup, inspired by one that Sarah had made.Can’t wait to add some colour to this!
If you would like to see some of Sarah’s work do pop over to her website