Thursday, June 14, 2012

experimenting with raku


I attended a raku workshop last week... did not really know what to expect or what pieces to bring... now I have a better idea of what works and what doesn't...  was quite pleased with the orange piece...

12 comments:

My Grama's Soul said...

I love Raku......I didn't even know it was still being used as an artistic medium.

Jo

Gayle said...

I just can't stop looking at these!
That is a great orange color but you came up with some amazing greens too!Beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!

sole said...

Lovely pieces! I also took part of raku workshop last autumn, but my stuff didn't turn out like that...I can use only couple of them in jewelry.

PipnMolly said...

lush rich colors and awesome crackly bits.

Kimberly said...

Oh my , that orange piece is a gem. I don't think you can fail with your experimentation. It looks like your possibilities for expanding your line are going to widen exponentially. Will you have access to make more raku in your own studio?

Anonymous said...

OOOooohhh!! Oui il a des belles craquelures l'orange!

Toni said...

You are right....the orange piece is a stand out! (but the others are pretty cool too!)

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/alien Beader said...

Amazing! As if anything else could make your work more expressive, more emotional, more heartfelt- and yet you've found a way!

(apologies that I reposted many many times before I figured out it was actually publishing my comment. Silly dolt that I am tonight!)