Wednesday, July 14, 2010

my creative space

This week I've been working on some new designs for my rainbow lorikeet range;
Another olive and pit bowl, but the 2 pieces will be glazed separately so the glaze will bond them together in the kiln firing. I attached the 2 pieces at greenware stage for my first attempt only to realise that glazing with 2 - 3 different colours will be a nightmare!
And some folded ramekins. Do let me know what you think, suggestions are most welcome...I'm very excited to see these glazed. College classes start again today so I'll be taking ALL my pots in to start filling the kiln.
Now go see Kootoyoo to find other crafty creative types!

15 comments:

  1. Just beautiful. No helpful comments...just perfect as they are.

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  2. Lovely Katy :) I really like the ramekins with the red feather. Good luck with the firing.

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  3. these look fab & such a good idea. I think your feather motif & your clever placement of it is brilliant :)

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  4. loving the shape of the ramekins Katy. You are inspiring me to be creative today :-)

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  5. They're lovely. The feathers have been painted so beautifully, that's got to be tricky...Love the cups on your side bar as well:)

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  6. exciting times ~ the ramekins are beautiful, love the red, yellow, green

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  7. Oh my goodness you are so clever, they're beautiful!

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  8. Love the shape of the ramikens - they look lovely!

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  9. oh my gosh your stuff is amazing!!!!!!!

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  10. the detail is so fine. i don't have any wisdom to offer either! i think they look great as they are :)

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  11. these look wonderful! your so talented!

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  12. there are no suggestions for the folded ramekins. there isn't a way to improve them they are perfect

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  13. I love your amazing folded bowls - it's such an elegant look, so clever!

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  14. Wow, these look fantastic! I particularly love the blue and green combo.

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  15. Your olive bowl is so clever,I never know what to do with the pits!! But seriously though I love your designs, I like how simple and elegant the feather and white space around it is, un cluttered and serene. I feel inspired to get into pottery whenever I visit your lovely blog. One day...

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