Sunday, April 26, 2015
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Unfortunately at the time, I couldn't find the maker's identity.
I included it in the post anyway because it's such a great piece.
I like the lovely glaze variation. There's lots of planes and surfaces to show it off.
Three oval loops - each an individual statement, yet relating nicely in oval form to each other and giving a wholeness to the piece.
Round-y additions that pop the mass and give references to each other, moving the eye. The bold statement of the spout.
Design rule going on here is 3 oval elements; 3 rounds and one strong variation.
Today, the maker of the pot contacted me. She is a potter who works in St. Louis and her name is Yael Shomnoni. You can see more of her work at http://www.yaelshomronipottery.com.
Nice to hear from you, Yael, Great Work!
Friday, April 3, 2015
I highly recommend this book to any artist!
Confidence builder, sympathetic sounding board,
No, you are Not crazy.
This book is all of this and more.
Any creative person can benefit from this book. Read it through or take snippets to ponder.
Dip into when something doesn't go right.
Artistic frustration can be as sharp as a knife. If we didn't feel it; we wouldn't be artists in the first place.
When you are at a low ebb and all around you are crooking their eyebrows and looking at you sidewise, read it.
Available from Amazon and as a PDF version at http://www.libertyeyeschool.com/ap2d.cfm?subpage=1655939