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smoke and thinking color

smoke and thinking color

By on July 6, 2017 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

The smoke turned out better than planned. It’s always a question before I start anything whether or not I can actually create the thing. So it was with the smoke. I put a dowling rod in the center to hold it, and it worked like a champ. I’m going to fire the sculpture with the […]

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The more detail , the more time

The more detail , the more time

By on July 3, 2017 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Just worked over the weekend on forwarding my fire gnome. Should be finished in another 3 to 5 hours. added the flame designs, want to do a little smoke bubble coming out of the mouth of the character and the top of the head will also have a little smoke stack. Started the cigarette holding […]

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Underglaze post bisque

Underglaze post bisque

By on June 22, 2017 in glazes with 0 Comments

This is the result of a clean underglaze application on top of porcelain slip cast cherubs. Very clean very bright. My goal is to now fire these up to cone 6 and see what happens . Hopefully the clay doesn’t melt, it’s indicated as a cone 5 max, but.. well we’ll see I may have […]

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Smoke’m if you got’m – Garden Gnome Series

Smoke’m if you got’m – Garden Gnome Series

By on June 19, 2017 in Build with 0 Comments

I affectionally call these part of my “Garden Gnobe Series” This one will involve the bust of Mick Jagger floating in a field of flames with a series of monkey paws holding cigarettes around his vanity fire. Got this far on my build this weekend.

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Manganese Wash

Manganese Wash

By on June 19, 2017 in glazes with 0 Comments

Part of working up test tiles is that you stumble into something really amazing. This is a manganese wash on a green slip cast cherub. I love the effect on the back almost more than the front. The way the blacks are so deep and crystalized almost like a flocking and then where water had […]

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Cherub Tests

Cherub Tests

By on June 15, 2017 in glazes with 0 Comments

Started the long process of testing out my underglazes using the Cherub form. I have 30 underglazes and just so happened to have completed 30 cherubs so far. Here’s the road Map: Underglaze half on pre-bisque Underglaze other half on post-bisque Glaze top portion of both pre and post sides Soda Ash wash bottom portion […]

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Horses Finished

Horses Finished

By on June 15, 2017 in Build with 0 Comments

Almost forgot to vent these, I left them uncovered last night to dry, but thankfully this morning they were still wet enough to poke. Not certain about the finish here, and if the pedestand should be one piece. I guess it should be so I best cover again when I get home. Stopping by Granny’s […]

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“The Day is Done – Smoke’m if you Got’m” – Fire sculpture research faces West

By on June 15, 2017 in Sketch with 0 Comments

This has been evolving over the past week, I’m now focused on the garden assemblage that will be the Fire element. I decided that Fire must face West. The red setting sun and the 3rd eye of the evening juxtapose the both serene yet disturbing quality of sunset. The last fires of the day burn […]

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North Wind, East Water, Southern Fire, Western Earth

North Wind, East Water, Southern Fire, Western Earth

By on June 12, 2017 in Build with 0 Comments

Wind = tornados, sky air Water = Flood, birth life, Fire = Destruction, rebirth, Earth = vulcan, volcano, upheaval, earth quake. land

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Geddon

Geddon

By on June 12, 2017 in Build with 0 Comments

Revelation 14:20New International Version (NIV) 20 They were trampled in the winepress outside the city, and blood flowed out of the press, rising as high as the horses’ bridles for a distance of 1,600 stadia.[a] This is the base of a new work from “beginning to Geddon” a work that will combine my Eve concepts juxtaposed […]

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