Extra thick slip piped onto a vertical form. I love the shapes it creates it moves in a different way to glaze drips. I've got a few of the first batch bisquing at the moment but I've improved the application since then. It'll still be a week or so before I can see how this style will look glazed. #pottery #clay #instapottery #claystagram #potterylove #potterylife #pottersofinstagram #kilnfolk #ceramic #ceramics #contemporaryceramics #handmade #handmadeuk #handmadepottery #createmakeshare #gl
Octopus yarn bowl. Unfired. This bowl has the additional feature of a knitting needle/crochet hook holder in the form of a hollow log that the Octopus has in its grip. The Octopus is climbing over the top of the bowl and several of its tentacles have already found themselves exploring the inside of the bowl. This bowl is a custom order and can be remade. All our custom designs are £100GBP ($166) + P&P/shipping. Enquiries for this bowl design or an idea of your own to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ceramic wall art Leaving the Nest 4x 8 by MedicineBluffStudio, $68.00 Leaving the Nest The baby green sea turtles are scrambling through the channel that the volunteers have made to guide them to their new home. This is the companion piece to Mother to be and fits beside it, although the fit is slightly askew. (intentionally I might ad) This is also my way of acknowledging the fine work the volunteers and rescuers are doing.
Any patch of sunlight in a wood will show you something about the sun which you could never get from reading books on astronomy. These pure and spontaneous pleasures are ‘patches of Godlight’ in the woods of our experience. ~ C.S. Lewis Tiles drying in the dappled evening sunlight. #porcelain #paperclay #ceramics #handmade #handmadeceramics #wildatlanticway #oceaninspired #natureinspired #etsy #texture #instapottery #etsyseller #ceramicstudio #irishcer...
This simple project generates a lot of interest and creativity for beginning students, while teaching the technical aspects of decorating clay in the plastic and leather-hard states. Working on the small medallions was considerably less intimidating than a large project, and students later incorporated various decoration methods into their pottery.