Well, I never saw these coming…

What am I making with these composite vases?  This is an entirely new direction for me, and I am loving it.  I started these last week, and I threw the four separate pieces…

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Which I then trimmed this week, and paired together…

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and joined (here’s the shorter bulb, taller necked piece)…

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Now, last week, I also went a bit crazy with the clay extruder, and I formed these handles, which have been setting up over the week so I could work with them…

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I had no idea what I would do with them, and didn’t know the lengths of the pieces, or how they would work together.  But, well, here’s what I put together tonight…

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Here are those handles again.  Maybe this can be like those pictures in Highlights For Children… can you spot all of these handle pieces in the final vases (and, yes, I wound up using all of the pieces.  I hadn’t planned on it, but I really liked how they developed)?

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I will take any advice on how to glaze.  Any at all.

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Published in: on February 2, 2009 at 4:09 am  Comments (2)  

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  1. HAHA! Awesome!
    WHy glaze? Just throw them on the floor after they’re fired. Shards are valuable, you know.

  2. No advice on glazing, but these are awesome. Try selling to a celebrity, maybe Russell Simmons – you could make millions!


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