There is always a feeling of anticipation and excitement when opening a kiln, even if it’s a bisque at 1000deg C. Things can still crack or worst. This was pretty successful, with only one little slipcast vessel cracking, beyond repair.
I’ve been updating my liminal process blog recently with my travels and photographs, and for the last few days I have been back in the studio and starting some new work. To challenge myself I have started to document the process with little videos. The first is a quick tour of my studio which was … Continue reading Little gnome garden sculptures
My gallery outlets are closed, so I have resurrected my online shop, and I’d love your support if you need a special gift. You can pick up from my studio in Noosa Heads to save on postage. https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/BasedinNoosaStudio The Butter Factory Arts Centre in Cooroy have just launched their online shop too, it’s looks fantastic… … Continue reading My online shop back in action
I’m using my bird drawings for a series of cards. There will be 25 different designs. Each card has an information panel about each birds. So far I have completed Bar Tailed Godwits (3 different images), Glossy Black Cockatoo, Common Sandpiper, Grey Plovers, Pied Oystercatcher, Latham’s Snipe, Common Greenshank, Little and Common Tern, Osprey, and … Continue reading Cards!