of course one hand was just not enough, so I did 2 on this one, I just can't get a great photo of both at the same time
after hearing about various tribal art traditions, I started wondering about tribal roots. The search took me way back to find some tribal origins - back 15,000 to 30,000 years to cave paintings in France.
Hands were a feature of cave paintings from around the world at various times, one theory being that they were a signature of the artist, but most definitely a statement of "I was here!"
the first in the series is found here--> [link]
tech talk: wheel thrown B mix, carved, fired at ^6 electric/oxidation
photo: John Hasegawa
now in the collection of Randy Simmons
This is gorgeous work and I love how amazing this would look with flowers in it. Really really creative.
I don't know- they did warp some, maybe the thickness (I don't throw really thin yet) and lower (^6) temp?