Monthly Archives: December 2013

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Putting a plant into my finished piece seems to suit it very well.

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I knew I would find something to do with my pieces of ceramic fungi.

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Fun woodland piece from the small amount of clay that was left.

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Give me a hand!

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Beautiful figurative work.

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Kintsugi: Gold Repair of Ceramic Faults

Originally posted on dicklehman:
    In 1999 I traveled to Japan to participate in several exhibitions hosted by my dear friend Mr. Shiho Kanzaki.  I arrived with gifts for all the many people that were required to make this…

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Being in the world: more Heidegger

Originally posted on wilfredbeehive:
This is a great film which very clearly shows the practical implications of Heidegger. I found it particularly useful as it shows through real examples what his philosophy talks about, and gives insight into how we…

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“Selene” finds her home at Kettle Pond, Newport News, Virginia

Originally posted on Maria Gamundí's Sculpture Blog:
A dream come true: after three years of work, my “Selene” – made in white Carrara marble – rests serene reflecting her image on the waters of Kettle Pond, as she gazes…

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Ok complete disaster as my piece blew in the kiln, interesting to see how I can salvage this, although I do like a challenge and feel positive.

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The wonderful work of George’s jeanclos

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