Process shot of a new slab form. Inspired by an award winning Belgian train station. 21 slabs in total. This will be the third power pole sculpture. It's also the most modified or least based on an actual power pole, and so far has been the most work owing to the sheer number of slabs and therefore large amount of joining which it has required. On the up side its interior width is 80mm so it is wide enough to get my hand inside and work the joints properly which is a huge improvement. The first two works have featured fairly regular cross patterns whereas this one will have more randomness and increased negative space (hopefully).
Yay for camera phone owning again, and the subsequent low quality night photos it captures. Two unfired, underglazed slab forms.
Various stages of slab!
Inspiration for third sculpture, taken from the book "Atmosphere", an award winning design for a Belgian train station. Such rad line work in this image.
Final stage of this drawing. Sitting in its frame, getting ready for the Byron Arts Classic 2015, entries due on Monday!