Porcelain clay, hand-built slabs, tapped, carved. Bisqued without stains. I dipped the whole thing in clear glaze, then painted the stonework with a matte finish black glaze. The small window in the door has a blue crackle glaze in it, and I wasn’t entirely sure it wouldn’t drip down the door during firing. it was all fired in an electric kiln at Cone 6. At the time, I had been experimenting with abstract form and started seeing dwellings. I cared in windows and doors. There were several others similar to this in style, but not form. They were all sold as soon as they came out of the kiln. Another lesson to me to take pictures throughout the process and as soon as they get out of the kiln.

Dimensions: H-18″ (45.7cm) x W-7″ (17,8cm) x D-4.5″ (11.4cm)

Available to own for $400 (plus shipping and handling)

See more at Arts MPerron @ https://1-mario-perron.pixels.com

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