Two Companions on an Adventure

They look like they could tackle whatever comes their way, as long as they stay together. They remind me of the Musicians of Bremen. But they are not my creation, I just glazed them. The clay work is by a friend of mine. I love the primitive look, it’s magical. I painted them with glazes… but mostly love.

Info about the glazes: click the thumbnails.

 

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New Tests

Potter’s choice, cone 5 on white paperclay (textured):

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Now she can see you

I added some beads for the eyes and a walking stick.

Click on the thumbnails for the glaze information:

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Dear Little Troll Lady

My Troll Lady just out of the kiln, but the light outside is fading, I’ll take more pictures tomorrow.

 

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New Glaze Combos

Mostly Potter’s Choice. Just fresh out of my kiln, some samples. Actually, they’re a bit more than samples since I’m going to use some of them as stands in a felting project and others will be incorporated in hand woven costumes for some figurines. They were some nice suprises like art deco green over temmoku, lustrous jade over albany slip, oatmeal over iron lustre, toasted sage over T. amber brown and tourmaline over temmoku.

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My Goddess

Can you feel the devotional love I put into this pestle and mortar? This is part of my current project: a figurine of Baba Yaga. This clay will be fired and glazed of course, while the figurine will be felted and dressed with hand-woven fabrics. Can you imagine… weaving for Baba Yaga!

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