Continuing on my search for s/w Honey glaze: part 3
October 5, 2018
Developing my own take on Oribe-ware ceramics
September 25, 2018
Pluralism & Cultural Appropriation
September 12, 2018
Expanding my horizon: looking at Oribe ware
July 15, 2018
Earth & Fire International Ceramic Fair 2018: exhibiting
June 25, 2018
My continued grapple with Terra Sigillata
June 19, 2018
Another string to my bow: Terra Sigillata
May 14, 2018
Researching Patterns: African Textiles
April 29, 2018
New addition: making large platters
April 27, 2018
Lubaina Himid exhibition: Hard Times
April 21, 2018
Research Study Report
April 6, 2017
Literature & Contextual Reviews
January 4, 2017
Version 3 of Learning Agreement
January 25, 2018
November 29, 2016
Working in my sketchbook drawing lots of shapes that may be used for developing pots. I use different methods of drawing which combine an element of random chance which I respond to. It is my way trying to avoid being too tight and controlled.
Starting off with Quink, which I transferred from a piece of clingfilm.
Using brown paper as a base and working with white marker fluid.
I stuck on random pieces of torn paper and then decided to respond to the white gaps left in between.