The ocean has long infatuated mankind with it’s mixture of the familiar and the unfamiliar. Over 80% of our planet is covered in water and that water is home to all sorts of wonderfully colorful and exotic animals!
Snow days are perfect for creating. Snowed in? There is only one verb I am interested in knowing and it isn’t shoveling!
Currently, as many of you know we have two big projects going on here at the studio – our book project, and our ‘A Healing Vase’ initiative. I wanted to update everyone about them!
Our celestial vase ‘Delphinus’ Light’ today tells the tale of a certain mammal’s coincidental road to stardom, a fleeing bride and a god who won’t take no for an answer.
The tree of life is prevalent in the mythologies of the world. It is considered to be a symbol of creation and interconnectedness. Common roots of our world family can be found in this concept, and not just in some far off ancient texts.
Pit firing is a pottery firing technique that I have been keen to try for some time. And I will be far from the first to do so. You see this is the oldest known method of firing pottery known to man. Pit fired pieces that have been found have been dated back to 29,000 to 25,000 BCE.
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.
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!