Here’s some pics, these are my creations and journal for the term:
The Dreamer with the dream beads – these go into his head and can be shaken up and then tipped out like throwing dice or casting bones. The little beads all have a stamp of a shape that can then be used to tell a story.
There was an incredible quality of work produced in this class. Unfortunately I ran out of battery so I wasn’t able to take all the pictures I wanted to, but here are some amazing examples of other student’s work. This one shows a really development of idea from the first hand built efforts to complex slab structures woven together with twine:
A passion for fashion developed into a gorgeous French woman here:
Originally inspired by animal horns, this student explored glazes, slip and oxides to produce a set of gorgeous shapes:
Loved the crazy bunnies! Several students in the class clearly have amazing modelling skills:
If you are interested in ceramics and coloured glazes, you may also enjoy the following links I found when I was searching for inspiration on youtube:
I had a wonderful time in this class. The new class next term is sculpture fundamentals which I’m also really looking forward to and expecting to enjoy. But first, some time off! I need to work on my own studio, it’s a chaotic mess and that’s not doing good things to my brain. Happy Easter everyone. 🙂