I am currently working on six new chameleonrecruits from the sirens saints and sinners series hopefully to get exhibited as a one group. Here is the first of the new recruits – slightly different process in that a decorative slip was applied at quite a wet stage of the building process and where it is quite thick it has started to peel and flake – I couldn’t have asked for a better result. This piece was coloured bisque fired, stained and then fired again. The final finish is hot wax allowed to partially seal but add yet another layer of decay. size approx. 40 cm x 40 cm x 30 cm
and this is a little siren – trying to escape from her box
and the original drawing
17 thoughts on “a new chameleonrecruit”
Ohhh exciting. Look fantastic! kx
thanks K looking forward to trying to repeat process in another new series x
Fabulous. The sculptures and the drawings.
Love the siren!!
Gorgeous work, Veronica! I love the texture and patina of the glazes and wax.
This exciting new experiment in the development of your latest work Ronnie, has introduced an extremely interesting, yet powerful explosion of colours and textures into your creations! And I love your drawings also!
Your drawings are as wonderful as your sculpture. Do you exhibit them?
Thanks Rosie – when I get an opportunity to exhibit them I do but the opportunities are few and far between 🙂
thanks Jacquie – i am about to start some new work jumping off from this point.
Thanks Karen – i am loving the wax as well !
Thanks Aida – I will try to complete three like the drawing !
thanks appreciate you stopping by !
You are a consummate artist. I have so much respect for you.
Thank you Michele I really appreciate your generous comments.
Veronica, it’s my great pleasure to applaud your art.
So much feeling in these gorgeous pieces Veronica!
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