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Modelled but not yet fired hippo bookends.
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A dragon I'm making.

31 cm high before shrinkage
Modelled in fine white earthenware clay.

Back view [link]
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My three latest cows drying gently before their first firing.

Grogged white clay.
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Three young ladies taking the air one winter's day.

Hand modelled grogged white clay with brass legs & necks (assembled after firing).

:bulletgreen: If you like my work maybe you’d like to visit my website gallery [link] :bulletgreen:
:bulletred: My ceramic animals are on facebook too [link] and Google+ [link] :bulletred:
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Canon 5D w/ EF 100mm f2.8 USM Macro
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Une petite sculpture pour une exposition où toutes les oeuvres sont basées sur des boites à sardines ou autre. Ici une boite à thon.

A small sculpture made for an exhibition where all the work is based on small tins. Unfortunately the word play of the title doesn't translate.

Multiple materials.
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Hand modelled hare sculpture.
Made in fine white earthenware. Fired twice to 1000°C

If you like my work maybe you’d like to visit my website gallery [link]

My facebook ceramic animals page: [link] to keep up with my news.
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You may be saying to yourself that the coloration and stripes on this zebra are quite different. That is because this zebra is quite different then most of the zebra you see in zoos. This is the Hartmann's Mountain Zebra. The coloration is different, the stripes patterns are really different and the Hartmann's Mountain Zebra has a dewlap that the other zebras don't have. So far, the Louisville Zoo in Louisville, Kentucky is the only zoo I've ever seen them at.
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A pillar of Whitby Abbey in North Yorkshire, UK

The ruined abbey on top of the cliffs has been weathered by the salt winds creating beautiful pattrns in the sandstone.
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Love his boots! :D
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