Creature Feature

Half of each class is hand-building animals right now, from chihuahuas to tigers - some fun stuff coming soon. This is my demonstration piece, not yet fired - first time I've done this myself. It's around 23" long and 25" high right now (it will shrink), built hollow using soft slabs of clay; it's going to be a tight fit getting it into the bisque kiln! More pictures in a couple weeks when things are glazed and finished.

WELCOME BACK!


I am dedicating this school year to MAD SCIENCE - MWAHAHA!

Be prepared to have fun, and maybe a few explosions! Wait and seeeee what I'm going to build, and the things we're going to try . . . Join the madness! Fire! Smoke! Steam(punk)! Chemistry! Pottery! Cartooning! ART! Cookies!

Margaret Lee Cui

Untitled, 2009. Stoneware fired to cone 10, approximately 12" high.

Margaret's not even taking art right now - one of those geniuses too busy being smart and talented in a hundred other areas. But, when she finds time for art, it's worth showing.

Pages

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

Link to monthly image blog