Wednesday, June 3, 2015

First time working with porcelain clay





and creating a back splash for the guest cottage pedestal sink.




I noticed a bit of water damage along the back edge of the pedestal sink 

in the guest cottage and decided to create a back splash to protect it.

I used a scrap of paper to draw a simple arched pattern for the shape.



 I rolled out a piece of clay and cut the basic shape

 and pulled out my seashell molds and started layering the whole piece with seashells

 then created a little lip along the bottom edge where it will set on the back of the sink.




It has been drying for days. When it is completely dry it will be fired

and then I plan on glazing it all in whites.




Here it is back from firing.
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2 comments:

  1. Wow, Paulette, that is going to be beautiful. I want to see how it turns out!

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