A Jellyfish pinch pot bowl, measures 12″ across and about 8″ deep. I love making these.
For Sale! $85 (includes domestic shipping) + tax.
Here’s another bowl/planter.
So…after many years since experimenting with clay (which, I was truly experimenting with, not having any training), I was lucky enough to have brief access to a kiln. This was my first attempt at making bowls in, again, mucho years. Boo.
A few more from back in the hospital “Expressive Therapist” days. I thought of this one as “the blue brain.” A coil pot, woven randomly together. This is a drum, which can have a goat (or similar) skin stretched across the opening and fastened through the “eye” holes around the lip. I never found goat skin. I […]
Yet another pottery bowl from the long ago hospital days. and finally…
Another old pottery piece I made when working at the hospital – for my daughter, Chloe. I love you, Chloe.
Many years ago, I worked in a geriatric hospital and nursing home, where I facilitated drum circles and made pottery/art with the residents. I just rediscovered some old things I made, such as these kitchen tiles. And here are some tiles that a resident painted.
This is an idea I presented for this summer’s Artscape “Ebb and Flow” exhibit in Baltimore. I filled a glass to exactly the halfway point – the viewer’s job is to fill in the blank: half what? Full? Empty? Both full AND empty? Water is the most valuable fluid (and, really, substance) on the planet. […]
This was in the Park School Exhibit, but, I think it’s not quite finished. I suppose it’s still a WIP.
Four Sea Horsemen of the Apocalypse, made from sea shells, acrylic paint and gouache. Death’s seahorse glows in the dark.