11/09/2011

Meanwhile

It was raining during few days. I decided to make beads from black clay at home and they had time to dry up completely.
rain Yesterday rain stopped and today I could sand the beads and toast my face on the sun in the garden.
sanding
It's quite dirty work... I finished tired, dirty and very hungry :)
sanded vs unsanded Sanded vs unsanded new beads
...But if at the end you've got what you want... sanded pieces
I don't really know how the necklaces will go out finally...I have an idea, but in the process everything can change... sanded pieces
These will go to the kiln, and then, we'll see what happend...
Meanwhile I'm still waiting for Roc to born...one day to go...

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29 comments:

  1. fingers crossed for Roc and the kiln ;-)

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  2. Lovely to meet your creative space for the first time! Your photos and artwork are beauties :) Greetings from Norway!

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  3. I love the organic shape of your beads. You take beautiful photos too. Wishing you all the very best with the coming birth.

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  4. I love seeing the process of your work, and my respect and admiration are enormous--the finished products are always magical!

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  5. oooh, i hope the baby will come soon now!!

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  6. Hello from New Zealand. That photo was intriging, I had to come and look! Lovely rustic beads, I look forwards to seeing them strung x

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  7. we'll see, Greet :) My daughter and the son weren't too punctual :)

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  8. Hey, Max, thanks for droping a peek!
    xx

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  9. Ohh, don't you love the sanding process? ;)
    It looks great.
    Will keep my finers crossed he'll pop out soon! :)

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  10. hahaha :) Mitsy! I love it on the first bead, on the second bead I love it less and finally it becomes a challenge to arrive to the end :)

    XX

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  11. your work and your photos are beautiful. thank you for sharing the process. good luck with the baby

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  12. Oooh exciting; both the creative process & the imminent bub!

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  13. How fun to see your process and the lovely result:)Cyndy

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  14. beautiful photos of the rain and dirtiness :)
    love seeing how your work is made.
    so great that you are working in the mean time ~ thinking of you!
    xx

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  15. Michelle, Sian Lile, Vic and Wombat's Picnic, thank you!

    xx, Belinda! :)

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  16. I love seeing how things are made, especially if they go suddenly from looking odd to a thing of beauty!

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  17. Hello Anastasia, lovely to meet you and your creative space,your work is beautiful and so your blog and photographs.All the very best for your baby arrival. Sandrine xx

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  18. What a beautiful process. Can't wait to see what they look like after the kiln. Good luck with your birth!

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  19. really wonderful pictures!! good luck for you!

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  20. Hermosas fotos!!!! que bonitas cuentas :)
    Y que todo salga muy bien en el nacimiento de Roc <3

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  21. Thank you girls, for all your lovely comments! :)

    Gracias, Lore! :)

    xx

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  22. Oh I see you had rain too!
    I really love and admire your work with clay, it looks so natural... like it was a part of nature itself and not human-made!
    By the way, your photography is amazing!
    All the best and... welcome soon, Roc!!! :)

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  23. Yes, we had rain, but not so much like you...
    I love so much to hear your words about my work! Thank you, they warm me up!

    yes, welcome, Roc! :)
    xx

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  24. incredibly beautiful!..I love the shape an material..it´s been a dream for a long long while to make something from clay or better "to learn" to make something from it;)..
    JenMuna

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  25. JenMuna, you have to try it! I've been dreaming of it for a long long while, since I've been a little girl...until the moment I understood that I don't need an art grade to enjoy making things...just do it...

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