This is how it began
At the end of day 2 it had morphed into this
3 days later and I’m happy with it now, it still needs to be hollowed out, survive the firing and come out of it all with a beautiful (hopefully) glaze job and no cracks. It will take at least 5 weeks to dry so you won’t be seeing a finished picture of it for a while.
Slope neck vessels, this is how they begin….
And then one of them turned into this…
and into this….
March 19-20, 2011
Workshop with Mary Fox: Exploring the creative process and developing your style
In this two day workshop we explored the creative process, talked about how to jump start ourselves when we’re jammed up and working in a hands on way with any problems we’re having re. the actual making of a piece.
Participants were encouraged to bring pieces they were having trouble with to work on during the workshop.
- Struggling with tea pots, come with all the parts ready to put together
- Having trouble with handles?
- Don’t know how to hollow out a large sculpture?
As usual, it was a lot of fun.
- Vessels Huddling