Sculpture Caracoles • aba003

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Sculpture Caracoles • aba003

300.00

Height: 8 - Length: 5 Width: 6
The title ‘Caracole’ comes from the Spanish word Caracol, is used to describe the half turn to the right or left movement performed by a horse and its rider. I work with a long stretched single coil, twisting and turning it into the form — a play of positive and negative spaces. It’s almost like choreographing a movement in dance.
These particular Caracoles are made with John Jessiman Stoneware-body with grog. They are mostly naked clay woodfired in the Anagama chamber of the Noborigama at Cub Creek Foundation without any glaze and with very little brushed porcelain slip.

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