Continuing with the 36" x 48". It's all about the journey with this one. I have no idea where I'm going....although I'm starting to see
images come through. :)
Started the layering process. This is just a little snapshot of a section on this 36" x 48" canvas. It's the largest canvas I've ever worked on! I'm excited!!!
Dishes for Cottage North Soapworks
October 2016 Love making these dishes for Dori Lynne Shrubb of Cottage North in Port Dover!
Ok, so I was working on the ladies, then I rediscovered my inks. I
absolutely love them. Now I'm working on my 'love being in nature with my inks' series. Well, I don't have an official title yet, but it will come. ;)
Working on a series - The Ladies
Challenging, but loving the process.
April 27, 2016
Just dropped these cute little dishes off at Cottage North Soapworks in Port Dover.
March 27, 2016
Glazes came out totally different than what I expected (welcome to the Raku world). I do love the copper, and the flashes of colour are really lovely.
March 27, 2016
Firing up the Raku Kiln! The season has officially begun. :)
Working on my new Wabi Sabi design collection. Imperfectly perfect organic designs.
Inspired by my recent painting, I've carved out an image onto clay. Once bisqued, I will use a Raku glaze and do a Raku fire. I've also carved out a poem on the back of this piece.
We'll see how it all turns out. :)
Mixed media. I've placed paper, ink and acrylics on top of a written story.
Finished pieces from my new line 'White Lace'. Just bought more clay to add to the collection.
Working on my Spring pottery collection.
Started an Art Journal. I'm really enjoying this exercise. It allows me to explore and experiment. Here, I started by laying down watercolours, then when dry, start seeing images
in the paint and texture from the handmade paper and starting drawing in ink. Then.....I just go with it.
Painting with watercolours again and am LOVING it!!!
I have put my pottery collection on hold for the moment. Why? Because I can't stop doodling!!! And, doodling has inspired me to paint. So, out come the brushes!