I have noticed a subtle change in the pottery I have been making since we moved to mum's garage down on the farm.
This must be a paper weight for a beef farmer
When I glazed this, the herd of cows were at the other end of the paddock.
Had they been a little closer I am sure their whole face would have been white.
This is represents the many rabbits on the farm even though it is more like a hare.
We do get the occasional hare but there are always rabbits. I think we should work out how to sell rabbits instead of vegetables.
This is half of a "Sweat box" sculpture
I had made the head on one day and the body on another and as a result I never did like the finished product, but I have found a way to enjoy it.
Placed on a H section of fence it has a PPeruvian feel to it.
It can watch over the Lillium patch, they are so close to flowering and there are no farmers markets for three weeks. I do hope it all works out that they flower on a market week.
This is the "sweat box" body. I am going to make a new head and neck from fabric.....and hopefully have it suspended on a big spring so there is movement.
This next one is my favourite tea pot. It is fully functioning, the saddle lifts up so you can put in the tea leaves and water.