Design is the essence of Pat Black’s process which originates in her sketch book. The design progresses as she brings in different aspects of nature from the collection she has in her studio. The pieces are fit to each pot and glazes selected. Waxes are used to protect the surface of the bisque ware so that each individual glaze can be applied separately. Once the glaze firing is done, the natural elements are added to complete the process.
Elements in this piece: The lid is topped with a large piece of Upper Peninsula copper. The pot has tan birch bark, Lake Superior driftwood, lichen, UP copper, inland lake snail shell, corkscrew grass, and Lake Michigan and Superior stones.
12.25'' x 4.24''
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This art is made with care by the artist.
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