Three clay sculptures I made during an excursion to Lithuania. The difference in colour is due to a special firing – called ‘raku firing’ – where you take the pieces from the kiln while they are still extremly hot and put them in a barrel with (for example) hay or sawdust.
Torso of a woman made of plaster and clay. Approximately 120cm in height.
Each year there is one group exhibition at our academy, where every student can show some of their work. I decided to show the ones you can see down below.
Two sculptures I did to study facial expression.