Name that Vase! Here is where you can suggest a name, create a story, poem or prose for this raku pottery vase. Consider this your chance to be inspired, a writing prompt or a creative cue.
I present to you the raku pottery vase ‘The White Walker’.
Our vase today once again pays homage to one of my favourite television series currently in it’s twilight stage, Game of Thrones!
Claude Monet’s stunning series Water Lilies has inspired the creation of this vase and raku pottery owl.
An unusual seahorse has been discovered on the East Coast of Canada. This seahorse had colourings of pink and blue …
In honour of the return of ‘Game of Thrones’ this vase is named ‘Mother of Dragons’ after Daenrys Targaryen. Motherhood is always challenging, but imagine trying to raise three willful dragons. The daycare costs alone must cost a fortune and imagine trying to hire a nanny, though Arya may be a suitable candidate, and possible future sister-in-law.
‘Name that Vase – Reader’s Choice Edition’ is a friendly writing competition where we ask any of you talented writers, poets or dreamers out there who may be interested to …
And here is your first peak at my new raku sculpture! My goal when glazing this piece for the raku was to get some of the red/brown metallic colours on the piece of the trunk and some of golden silvery metallic colours elsewhere.
I have been exploring some new raku pottery glazing techniques lately. Or at least new to me. This particular piece has a very ‘Easter’ feel to it. I like how the blues and pinks have blended and all of the different textures on the piece, but this is not the end of my experimentation.
Watch The Alchemist throw a round vase with a flared top on the pottery wheel and see the finished raku fired vase!