Mississhippi's Madness

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Ceramics: Sculpture Workshop (continued)


The second day of the workshop went really well, with me almost completing all the pieces for my sculpture. Because my left hand was out of action (see last post) or at least not able to be utlised as much as I would have liked, I had to modify the spec of the workshop to make something that I was able to handle easily. Here are the pieces I completed at the workshop…

As this is to be a vertical sculpture, once I have fired and painted the pieces, they will be glued into place.Hard to explain what I will be doing – you’ll see when it is complete.

The pottery workshop where I go to make these has to close for a couple of weeks as the space is used for an exhibition. I’ll get back to work on these once it re-opens and will update with more pictures as I go along.


Author: Elaine

Artist, writer, married, mother, living with Ankylosing Spondylitis and winning (most of the time). My creative impulses have led me to drawing, pastel painting, writing, handcrafts and photography.

2 thoughts on “Ceramics: Sculpture Workshop (continued)

  1. They look so beautiful in their greenware stage – like sandblasted porcelain. That basket looks like the applepie tops my mum used to bake…

    So sorry to hear about the sore finger – healing thoughts being sent your way.

    And I LOVED your little mopoke sketch – adorable!

    • Thanks Cindy. I had a lot of fun making the fruit and the basket – although weaving clay is not that much fun!

      I have a few other photos I took of the mopokes – one has five sitting in a row, so I am going to play with them at some stage as well.

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