Wednesday, 4 April 2012

small lines and gestures...




Don't ya just love new stuff!!!

new ideas, fresh glazes ideas that just fulfil your ambitions?!!

these new earthenware tests started in march and i'm only just getting some glaze firings through but all good i'm so happy! we unloaded the kiln last night and so many things just worked..

little dribbles and brush lines, you know the marks of the process they always make me smile..

it's the little things beginning to focus...and thats totally what i wanted to do this year..
be focussed on exactly what i'm doing not looking over my shoulder to the next thing or what needs to happen next but to look and see what is in front of me all the other stuff like deadlines can happen later when this work is in full swing, right now i'm seeing simple marks, small lines and gestures that inspire me... i'm gonna let this work grow and see where it takes me





 full processes and tech details will be on my weebly page angelawalfordceramics.weebly.com along with some new visual galleries popping up soon

11 comments:

  1. i'm enjoying photographing it all today, you really get to see the details...thankyou DK :))

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  2. love those times where excitement about the process of making inspires again. enjoy!

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  3. Hi Ang- it is always hard to pull into focus and yet sometimes helps to take a breath and just do that. Sweet mugs.

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  4. hey sunshine...yeh ditto!!!

    hiya meredith so loving this spot...hopefully i can do this for a year, at least that is my goal

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  5. LOVE that slipware!!!! and the weebly wobbly page. Wow, what a turnaround from the sh sh shino, but a nice one. Can't wait to see more......

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  6. thanks for dropping in laura :))

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  7. trace mate...cheers chicky its quite a change and soooo easy to throw with but not that far from the other surfaces, im always looking for brush marks and kiln marks who knows how this will look in the gas kiln..weebly rocks!!!

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  8. Lovely Ang! And, yes, I do love new stuff. You should have seen me at NCECA, everything was so inspiring. Wanted to run back to my studio and try it ALL!.. . These pieces you're making are yummy!

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  9. hey patricia i bet you did...what an awesome conference to be at!! thanks for your lovely comments..

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