Diary and notes from a secret ceramics studio.
OMG! these are absolutely stunning. I cannot wait to see these finished. I am so very fascinated by crows/ravens and the mysticism related to them.
Those are going to be mighty fine!
yeh love the thickness of that slip...
wow joel, these are totally cool. i love crows and ravens and all things corvi... such a smart bird. you've peaked my curiosity as to why you're thinking of them "uncomfortably". i'm with elizabeth about the mysticism. if you ever get a hankerin', read the castaneda books as the crow figures heavily in the yacqui way. cool images regardless
I love the crows, Zyg. Reminds me of the work of my friend Ruth Bleakley, who works in paper and handmade books here in Falmouth. She's at http://www.ruthbleakley.com/blog/
Love the link Hollis, Thanks, gotta being handed a juicy blog to dive into on a rainy day.Jim, the "bad feeling" I've been living with is centered around a recurring dream that started right before the earthquake and resulting disaster in Japan. Crow setting on a detritus of human carrion. It's not pretty and watching things play out is gut wrenching.Wings of change I guess...
I think the crow addition is perfect. Adds another layer and more depth to your work. Crows and birds in general spook me. I have really weird connections to birds....
wow, really impressive. The crows take your work to a whole new level for me.
I love them! Come to Wyoming to do a workshop!
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