New in October 2020
I haven't posted much later but I have been busy. It seems that a lot of sculpture exhbititions needed entries completed by end September and early October. My "lips" ceramic sculpture was a finalist in the Newcasle Emerging Artist exhibition and Lake Macquarie's Waste to Art Exhibition is now on and is displaying 8 pieces of mine. Here are some of the items: I work with discarded bike inner tubes and soft drink bottles.
Here are some images of my latest ceramic sculpture, the "water line", or "wave" as I refer to it in the studio. It is some 3 metres in length and designed to drape.
On the jewelry front I have been playing with 3-D earrings again. Not many images yet but here are two. These earrings are fun to wear and I like that they are away from the face. Left and right earring must be twisted in opposite direction. You do not want to know how many times I get it wrong before I get it right! I am currently using bicone beads in plain colours.
At my regular pottery workshop we experimented with ceramic jewelry using real gold to highlight.
On my market stall I have recently added some succulent triangular ceramic pots. They sold within the hour: I have some more coming out of the kiln next week BUT I made them larger on advise of the succent plant stall holder. They are impressive but I think they will be too big for my customers on the stall. I am now selling one or two small sculptures each market day which is very rewarding.