I’m very excited at the moment because I have decided to have a pop up exhibition in my gallery. I have just over two weeks to get everything ready 🙂 I have taken alot of time tidying and putting away things that just get left around and that in its self is very satisfying! I’m going to chart my progress and this is where I’ve got so far. This table is going to hold one of my exhibits so it’s got to have a coat of paint. Trust me, it’s going to look just rightHere is a little invite for anyone who will be in the vicinity on 30th July.
I would be delighted if you could come! 🙂
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! 🙂
Come and see Sarahs great casts of organic and man made surfaces…. my textiles, drawings and prints… my collages, Sarahs prints…and beautiful ceramics. We’d love to see you!I’ll be there all day Thursday 13th and Sunday 16th Nov.
As you know, I have an ongoing stones project, you may recognize these.I have now taken it to a new level, experimenting with soft sculpture. It’s not easy sewing a stone with a hole in it, but quite satisfying once you’ve done it. This was made using part of an old jumper.I’m looking forward to where this is going to take me 🙂
My recent visit to my friend Sarah’s studio resulted in me collecting my little decorative cup I made all beautiful, glazed and finished…and decorating the tea cup and little tea bag holder that I made last time I was there. Then on Saturday when we did a fair together she presented me with my tea cup all shiny and finished!Oh my goodness, I love it. I’ve been drinking tea out of it already 🙂
Spent another nice day last week with my pal Sarah in her ceramics studio. Really pleased with what I did.
I wanted to make a large cup for drinking tea. You have to start larger than you want because the clay shrinks quite a bit with firing. I like the shape, I used a bowl I had as a mold. This is the little decorative cup I made last time I was with her which I’ve now decorated…. and these are the stones which are to go with my on going art project, I have now partly painted. these are not to be glazed as I want a specific effect. As you can see we had a great time! 🙂