Monday, September 22, 2008

a new pattern:)



A new pattern:) This one is a little more horizontal than my usual pattern. You could tell I've been thinking about ceramics (again). Lisa Larson, especially, has been on my mind. I'm wishing for more hours in a day so I could take a pottery class:)
I'll see you all on Wednesday. Tomorrow is one of these - I MUST GIVE 100% TO THE PROJECT AT HAND - days, so I'll be focused on work.

12 comments:

Luphia said...

looks great!

Claudia said...

Your work is so inspriational! I have been taking a pottery class for almost 2 years now and it so great "therapy" and loads of fun...if you get a good class with a good "vibe". I highly recommend the kinesthetic experience. Try handbuilding first and eventually progress to the wheel...or not. Enjoy!

simone said...

Graet!

carolyn Gavin said...

i love the last two... the opposites of each other. they are lovely!

JSchwa said...

Awesome. I signed up for a pottery class in a couple weeks for 8 weeks...I hope to make something fantastic!

Anne said...

Gorgeous! I have just stumbled over your blog and it's just filled with fabulous things, hooray for you!

...and yes, Lisa Larson is a one special lady, I especially love her animals.

Red Fish Circle said...

Wonderful print, love your color choices. I am crazy about Lisa Larson's work! Thanks for sharing the link.

Heather Moore said...

I can't wait till you find time to go to a pottery class. Why don't you just get some craft clay stuff to muck around with in the meantime? I know you'll make the best stuff!

Vicki said...

This is lovely. Does it say something about my state of mind that I see monsters in it?! Cute monsters though, of course! The fountain-type object (laughing with teeth) and the one that's quite apple-like at the top looks surprised. And the two either side of the beehive lady! I can't stop seeing them now! :) Maybe it's your pottery-monster trying to escape. Maybe I just have a surreal eye! Hmm. I'm going to go now.

Swirlyarts said...

Fab pattern - as usual! I've featured it on Cuteable today. http://cuteable.com/

donkeyinawhitecoat said...

I love these patterns you develop. What do you do with them? Are they for fabric? Digital scrapbooking? printing?

estampaminha said...

reallly nice work!!!!