Tasses à café en raku, pièce unique faite à la main
Helen Rondell Ceramics :: Raku Fired Sculptural Ceramics
Tamsin van Essen – Viral VI (Erosion Series)
Tim Andrews, “My work is really about form and surface. The pieces are non-functional and have to ‘justify their existence’ by imparting a ‘presence’ - does it have life; does it sing? Elusive qualities but worth striving for when everything comes together.” at Studiopottery.co.uk - Tall teardrop form
● Nobue Ibaraki ceramics ● simplicity of glaze with form and function
2013 Gallery Hatfield - Art in Clay
Petit porte-bague "Mon Loup" oMamaWolf- sculpture miniature réalisée à la main en argile polymère- portebonheur
Gallery ‹ Helen Rondell Ceramics :: Raku Fired Sculptural Ceramics
Couleur : tendance Mint
Deux nuances différentes de vert : voici le fameux vert céladon (le vert le plus clair) ici présenté avec le vert de cobalt (un vert bleu).
A perfect example of Naked or Shadow Crackle Raku. In the above photo, the outside glaze cracks and falls away, hence the name Naked Raku as you are undressing the pot. Smoke has entered through the cracks of the outside glaze which has fallen away and left a Shadow Crackle mirror image on the remaining glaze. It is a very tricky process and doesn't always work, as I found out last August 2013 at a workshop. This piece is from the Charlie & Linda Riggs workshop at the MudFire Gallery.