The dragon and headframe linocut forms I made earlier are now being put to the test in their intended medium – clay for firing. I rolled out some slabs and pressed out a dozen dragon impressions and about five McIntyre Headframe scenes. I used the leftover clay to make two pinchpot bowls (only one photographed here). Right now, the linocut discs are in a rough stage (also not an even thickness); they will have some more work done on them next week. These pieces are being made on a pottery class held by Lindo Guiho of Wawaitin Clayworks in town.
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