2 from 1 can be done!

Been working for sometime on the design of a form which can be used to create a two part mould in a single print. WHY? Good question! Well, partly because I'm not very good at making moulds the traditional way, and finding new approaches is partly what I do. Also because if I can get it to work I believe it will be possible to create a two part mould of a complex design in a timeline dictated only by the time it takes the plaster to dry. With traditional mould making techniques one of the key delays is the time it takes to bury half the form in clay, then dig it out which takes up much of the time. WHAT? So, this is two sides of the same printed form. Each element has been carefully designe

SOS - Swindon Open Studios

My connection with Swindon began through my HNC ceramic course at Swindon College. I now have good friends in the area, and am sharing in the Swindon Open Studios (www.swindonopenstudios.org). It is exciting being involved in this project, developing new products, and offering some of the ones that have proved popular at previous showings of my work. Beginning to feel like a real artist, but still a long way to go I think, maybe that will always be the case. My work will be on display in Swindon with that of the very talented Ruth Pike (whose work is pictured above) on the weekends of the 22nd and 29th of September.

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