March 31, 2014 Packing and Shipping a Teapot Share Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps 12 comments
Great to see how you sketch your way through to the piece on paper until the clay has its voice :)ReplyDelete
Love the Lord Byron scribbled note.
Sketching comes in handy to work out different ideas. Most of the time the sketch doesn't fully translate into a sculptural piece. Just elements make it. As to Lord Byron---such a dreamy romantic.;)Delete
Love the lines in your sketches, Charlene. Simple yet strong. Alive.ReplyDelete
And indeed, that wondrous and sometimes terrifying world of sleep has few boundaries. Visions. Dreams. Creations of the mind.
I like the part "when dreams in their development have breath and tears."Delete