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Raku Bones - Mass assemblage for human experience

From getting great results and feedback from the raku process I decided to test out and create more bones, this due to the popular nature of them  and that personally I believe the concept of ‘more’ is relevant opposed to ‘few’. 143 more words

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Raku Bones - modern fossilisation and vestige for primal experience

A process that I have been waiting an incredibly long time to test out is that of the Raku firing process. The process is essentially a firing in which a (raku) glaze is applied to an object and then burnt at high temperatures outside and then placed in a sealed bin with dry materials such as newspaper and sawdust to produce these beautiful patterns. 536 more words

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How an Oops can turn into a HURRAY!

Due to some big projects going on with Tony Segale’s Fine Art & Gold Leaf Sign Co., February’s “Watercolor Energies” workshop is going to be postponed and absorbed into our March “Color Theory” workshop. 134 more words

A new project

Ive been doing alot of back and forth with my work over the last few months, trying to consider how hair obscuring the face has any relation to my previous work. 485 more words


#TDM - The Drone Machine Project

The followings is reposted from the Glove of Bones project page. Thank you for your attention to this matter.


From the beginning of my swagger into music production of some sort or another the term ‘Drone’ has been in the room. 580 more words


Theory,Judd and drawing

We had a free day yesterday, though we had to attend a drawing meeting at 10.30. Paul, our course leader, talked to us about the many functions of drawing (practice, preparation, storyboarding and more). 180 more words

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