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Pit Fired Sculptures – available for sale

My previous blog post was about the Lorne Sculpture Biennale and my participation in it…. a post about the Biennale in general will be next.

In the meantime the following images are of the sculptures that emerged from the pit firing – I am very happy with the results of the project, and the colour responses achieved in the firing.

Some of the works did sell on the day of unloading the pit, and the remaining works are now available for sale online – this means no gallery fees or commissions – so grab a collectable piece of sculpture direct from the artist.

All pieces are wheelthrown and manipulated while still wet, burnished and after firing sealed with a clear wax product – in this case neutral shoe polish.

Feel free to message me for further information such as dimensions,  postage , etc….

Click on the individual images below to view a larger image.

Each piece is individually signed by myself.

You can express your interest by commenting below or messaging me by my Facebook page :


6 thoughts on “Pit Fired Sculptures – available for sale

  1. These sculptures/objects are seriously beautiful, Dawn. You may consider entering them into further clay or sculptural competitions, as they deserve to be seen (or bought!).

    Posted by artdoesmatter | April 5, 2014, 12:24 am


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