This is my rendition of a moose wading through tall grass in the woods.
It is made with stoneware clay, kiln-fired, then hand painted with acrylics in hues of green and brown, followed by a durable varnish
This piece was inspired from day-long visit a local koi sanctuary. I found the fish moved together in a rather musical fashion, while listening to French ‘cafe-styled’ music,I intuitively incorporated the colours of the water as well as the musical notations.
Here, a frog is holding a broom and sits in the midst of Ivy vines. What could be more wonderful?
This fun subject hails from ancient Italy and was hand carved from historical drawings.
Available in green, black, blue, rust or gold washes. May also be glazed or hand painted.
An original design of a Jack rabbit sitting alone on the prairie under a crescent moon. This tile has been kiln fired then was hand painted with durable acrylic paints, followed by a water based seal. The colors may be customized, or inquire about current availability.
A black bear is featured here in its natural habitat against a wall of Spruce trees. This is another in my series of North American nature tiles. It is made with stoneware clay, kiln-fired, then hand painted with acrylics and sealed with a protective varnish.
This Beautiful wall pocket is water tight for use as a vase, or perfect for multiple uses, such as a dried flowers or twigs, a toothbrush holder, or storage container for artist bushes, incense, etc. Vintage lace was used to make the pattern. The glazed red flower centres stand out against the black and white coloring of the vase.