Vivienne Albiston's ceramics Posts

Opened the kiln on a bisque firing today Glad to see nothing blew or cracked. Now i need to glaze and fire again..

Lifted the lid on the kiln to reveal, Harriet. Am quite pleased she looks ok. If it had stopped raining i`d have photographed her out of the kiln...

Been a bit busy, work area gets more and more messy. Is your work area super tidy....show and tell. Freddy likes my work area....

Bisque fire finished, work queing up for glazing. Hermione.. Gaia. Daphne, still, head-less, foot-less and hand-less. eWe well feet just not attached yet.

Trying to sculpt a figure the way I draw. Challenging, given my penchant for fore-shortening, no matter what! I like them, but I am starting to realise that I…

And he does so need a name or title, any suggestions. `Keep your hand on your ha`penny`doesn`t ring quite right, plus he`s the wrong gender for that saying.

I have been challenged by Julie Biljardt to share my life for one week. No people, no words, just pictures in black and white. Also, I have to challenge…

Made from red clay and yers he`s just this side of weird. Got big feet and one hand, I ran out of red so...He looks like he`s guarding the family jewels but I…

Bits of left over porcelain, now we have porcelain headgear series, titled, `All around my hat` What size they`ll end up, I`m not sure, I`ll lose 20 percent in…

From the kiln, nothing blew up and he`s all in one piece. Stoneware, handbuilt with a honey glaze which breaks to off white. Title, hmm, he`s a bit hobbit like,…

One old post office sorting cubby sorted, another to do. No more bending down and furtling through a box to find the right sized props for the kiln.Easy Peasy.…

Went to a local auction, bought two old post office sorting shelving....Just right for storing props for the kiln....and cheap. Quite, quite dirty and in need…

Well three of `em, really. Did a few test glazes but I think this is the one I like the best. It breaks nicely on the sloping bits, slightly shiny, hmm.
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