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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Sculptural Sepia Saturday

I'm a sculptor...a potter, and a blogger.
So where is my work to share with this Sepia Saturday topic?  Ah, I'm looking for it!



I like to carve into the surface, then paint the shapes with different glazes, so there's the bas relief sculpted, but also colored permanently in water-color-like tints.

Raku glazed goddess figure.

A tree goddess of the wind lamp.

Vase with leaves.

Simple tile that can be hung on the wall.


Moon Dancer goddess.

Unfinished dragon mask.

Come see other's posts about sculpture or something else...

12 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing these. I especially like the Tree Goddess of the Wind lamp and the Moon Dancer goddess.

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  2. I particularly like the first vase. Thanks for sharing these with us.

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  3. I really love the vase with leaves Barbara!

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  4. I enjoyed seeing your clay sculptures

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  5. Oh my goodness, these are all most lovely in their own way.

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  6. Congratulations on sneaking The Lady With the Lamp in there to match the medical theme :) She's my favourite.

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  7. I can't choose a favorite. They're all very special. The tree goddess has me thinking of Tiffany. And the mask has me thinking of New Years in Chinatown. Great work.

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  8. Very nice work. Sepia Saturday themes are best when they bring out creative and unusual material which we might not read about in regular posts. The dragon mask captures just the right expression.

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  9. Oh good -- I'm glad the prompt led you to share more of your artwork. My fav is the pot in the first picture. Your color palette is one I'm always drawn to.

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  10. Moon Goddess is my favorite, very nice work

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  11. The dragon mask looks as if it is alive.

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  12. I love the vase with leaves. So unusual.
    Nancy

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