Day 85: Carla Dickey Prinster

  I began as a painter and found a love for slip work when working in the village of
Koishiwara, Japan with the Ota family. Trading canvas for clay I use a layering process
of painting with color slips and finish with sgraffito drawing to add depth. I love the
challenge of working with a variety of clays because of how the color slips translates
from bright and pure to earthy. Traditions play a big role in the development of each
design and pattern that have a feeling of festive gatherings. Laughter, friendship and
enjoying a nice functional handmade is the start to a good evening.
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Scribble Mug
spinalcurtin
Spiral Curtain

 

orangeoval
Orange Oval with Squiggle Rim

 

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Garden Girl

 

 

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