These artists inspire me to keep creating and occasionally, fondle my empty wallet. The collection today is beautiful and poetic, they complement each …
Here is the quick, and wonderful, never fail duck recipe that I cook up whenever a guest appears, Mom and Dad would be so proud.
These are surprising! Pleasantly freaky and thoughtful at the same time. I love what artist Esther Horchner created with her vision. I can imagine going out for Dim Sum with friends and happening upon this bit of creativity. I am positive I would feel guilty, like some sort of Peeping Tom!
Whilst browsing through some Twitter people, I came upon a follower with some pretty neat content. I was most attracted by the photographs of fun –if not cute– ideas related to convenient ways of consuming your edibles. This particular image is showing what is called a “Rain Decanter.” While I was
The night before our big Boston snow storm I got to sneak in a few hours at the pottery studio. Granted, I spent 2.5 hours cleaning up and organizing the glaze room because I just couldn’t help myself –I made new glaze labels! I saved about 30 minutes to throw on some black mason stain for my mask and quick, sketchy cups.
Alex Mandli buffs his pieces to a shine, and uses a pit firing technique. Not only is his work full of labor intense skill, it has the organic quality of fire added to it that I love. It’s like a kiss of nature working with fire to finish your ceramics.
I have been wanting to make masks for quite a number of months now, probably since early last year. Here is my first attempt at a ceramic mask.