Instead, one day each weekend, I re-organise my work place, establish my system, identify the areas I need to improve as well as do some experiments on my work methods. As I have already met my annual target, I thought this is a good opportunity to do that.
As I have to stay in Japan for about 4 weeks during the exhibition, I know I need to work for next year, now. Also once the construction work for my studio starts, there would be interruptions. So I am working steadily every day.
I bought this clay a couple of years ago at Art in Clay, Hatfield. I finally had time to experiment with it. I love the texture and colour. I used turquoise blue glaze; it looks great on this clay. It reminds me of Japanese pottery. The little bird has gone to a lovely printmaker. The large one is in my shop now.
|Large bird is in my shop.|
News for people on the Tapir waiting list! The summer part has started moving. I will soon contact you!
The waiting list has closed due to overwhelming demand. I hope I would be able to offer some in my shop in late November. But if you like to get this delightful guys for Christmas, please let me know.I might be able to put you in my commission slot. : )
We both are quite busy with packing recently. When time is ripe I should be able to share the pics with you!
|Rolled sushi style|
If you wonder, our dogs are busy sleeping! They do sleep a lot.
|or in sun|
|Tail is chicken's pride!|