Sculpture of a fox wearing a jacket, shirt and tie. Sculpted in stoneware clay and fired to temperature exceeding 1000 degrees centigrade. After the initial ‘bisque’ firing , underglazes are carefully applied and he is then fired for a second time for about 10 hours. When he has cooled down, which takes another 12 hours or so, more colour is applied if needed and then a clear glaze is applied to his eyes and buttons on his jacket, and then he is fired again. Due to the type of clay used, he has a slightly rough texture.
13 × 12 × 23 cm
Gently dust with a damp cloth
I have a painting of a hare wearing clothes and this inspired me to make animals with clothing.
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Original ceramic sculptures. Sculpted from stoneware clay and decorated with glazes and underglazes and fired to temperatures exceeding 1000 degrees centigrade in an electric kiln. They are fired at least twice to gain the desired colour effect. .
The pieces are made by creating a rough shape with newspaper and then applying this strips of clay around the newspaper. The aim is to create plenty of texture to add interest to the finished piece.
Louise’s animal sculptures are quirky and humorous, but not necessarily anatomically correct in looks or proportion.
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