Reposted with permission from Melinda of For the Love of Art. Thank you Melinda for the interview and all your support!
I may have already mentioned that the raku firing process can be quite volatile and that not ever vase survives.
Today I have decided to share with you, one of my beautiful accidents.
Claude Monet’s stunning series Water Lilies has inspired the creation of this vase and raku pottery owl.
… sometimes secrets lie within the soul of an artwork. A little piece of the artist’s heart. Isn’t that what those who buy art pay for? 😉
An unusual seahorse has been discovered on the East Coast of Canada. This seahorse had colourings of pink and blue …
Once upon a time in my alchemical art journey, I experimented with printmaking. The primary medium I used was linocut, and black ink for a classic look.
I was up all night working on a sculpture, and I was in the flow of pure creativity. I am sure one day quantum physics will discover that time is not perceived in this state. But until then, here are some images of what kept me up all night.
Watch The Alchemist throw a round vase with a flared top on the pottery wheel and see the finished raku fired vase!
Lately we have been have a cold winter here on the East Coast of Canada. So cold in fact that we have started seeing polar bears here in Nova Scotia!