Category Archives: ceramic

Scandinavian / Japanese ceramics

I love drawing and painting, and often, whatever new hobby I start such as sewing or ceramic, I still somehow end up drawing or painting. The difficulty is then often increased, for example a fabric will absorb paint very differently

Scandinavian / Japanese ceramics

I love drawing and painting, and often, whatever new hobby I start such as sewing or ceramic, I still somehow end up drawing or painting. The difficulty is then often increased, for example a fabric will absorb paint very differently

Anthracite cider bowls… or planters?

One day I notice a lovely grey clay sample at my ceramics course, and told the teacher “lovely colour clay, it’s almost an… anthracite colour”. She replied “that’s because it IS anthracite (the mineral)”. Oops. As a throwing exercise, we

Anthracite cider bowls… or planters?

One day I notice a lovely grey clay sample at my ceramics course, and told the teacher “lovely colour clay, it’s almost an… anthracite colour”. She replied “that’s because it IS anthracite (the mineral)”. Oops. As a throwing exercise, we

Ceramics opening – the pots and dishes!

Still a bit chunky, I need to practice throwing thinner, but here they are, the pots and dishes which are spending the summer at the Quatro Exhibit in Tervuren this summer. I hand-painted the wildlife with a brush using cobalt

Ceramics opening – the pots and dishes!

Still a bit chunky, I need to practice throwing thinner, but here they are, the pots and dishes which are spending the summer at the Quatro Exhibit in Tervuren this summer. I hand-painted the wildlife with a brush using cobalt

Ceramics, a new passion

The astute followers will have gathered I love sewing. And painting. Yet I’ve been unfaithful… and taken up pottery on the side. But as soon as the sun returns to Belgium I’ll take some photos and post some of the sewing

Ceramics, a new passion

The astute followers will have gathered I love sewing. And painting. Yet I’ve been unfaithful… and taken up pottery on the side. But as soon as the sun returns to Belgium I’ll take some photos and post some of the sewing