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« on: June 07, 2006 04:01:32 PM »

Here's raku things I made this year. You can click the thumbnails for a larger picture.

Ugly Bowl Uno
Raku with Horse Hair
8" x 3.5"

Ugly Bowl Dos
Raku with Horse Hair
8" x 3.5"

4.5" x 4"

Handbuilt Ceramic and Stainless Steel
Raku and Horsehair
Tallest is 10"

Celtic Life Pendant

And here's some non-Raku:

Pisces Vessel
17 x 7"

Biological Clock
Handbuilt Ceramic and Mixed media
Includes Functioning Clock Mechanism
12 x 9"

Also, If anyone has any tips for putting together a ceramic (or mixed art) portfolio, I would be mucho appreciative.


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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2006 04:10:01 PM »

Your pieces ore lovely! I especially like the horses. You are very talented.

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« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2006 04:36:21 PM »

your pieces are beautiful!! i have always wanted to try the horse hair in my rakus. cest la vie... anyways im guessing that you want to put a portfolio together for going to college? my suggestion  is to have about half being a more "traditional" art form such as drawing or painting. this is what i was told at national portfolio day *witch is something you might want to check out* if you want to talk any more i am a ceramic major, and i recently went threw the portfolio process.
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« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2006 03:37:14 PM »

thank you both so much. Grin

lilfishyinbigblu- what is national portfolio day? how can i find out if they have it in my area. I mostly want good photos of my 3D pieces (and large paintings) because I'm going away for college. I want to have examples of my work, but don't want to travel with the actual pieces.(bad idea!) So maybe I don't need a formal portfolio...but I want to be able to put one together in the near future.


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