Vancouver Canada designer creating whatever she wants.

The Rest


These are pieces that I have been playing with that I haven’t made the this is a “line” commitment to. They are explorations into possibles, here maybe today-gone tomorrow.
 
 
Haiku Plates

Some time ago I took a Creative Writing class and got hooked on writing Haiku poems. Nothing in the same universe as the lofty and meaningful as the Japanese master, way more spontaneous playful responses to nature, usually as I am cycling to work. So I wanted to make some plates and needed to make them uniquely mine so I merged the 2 and TA DA! Hope you like them, tell me what you think at the bottom in “comments”.

“White feathered neck soars
Black feathered raucous challenge
Mighty meets feisty”
donnae bell

 

Made this some time ago, loved it and have played at developing it (see When Opening the Kiln is a Delight post). It has a raw feeling like it came out of an archaeology dig.

Black with brass highlights 8" x 8" $50

Black with brass highlights
8″ x 8″
$50

 
Wind Chimes

Love the idea of wind chimes, mixing wind with human creations, so it was inevitable that I start making them. But faced with what to use to make the sound, I was flummoxed. As I was poking around in my vast array of hoarded “stuff” I discovered the box of keys I bought years ago at a yard sale and just knew I would find a use for them “some day“. Well that day came when I listened to them “chime”. Yah! The Buddha has been hands down the most popular but the others have received a warm welcome as well.

Iceberg Buddha Wind Chime

Pale Red Buddha Wind Chime

Celedon Wind Chime

4 responses

  1. Stephanie

    Love these!!!

    January 20, 2017 at 10:27 pm

    • Thanks Stephanie!

      January 20, 2017 at 10:41 pm

  2. Stephanie Davina Olivier

    The Phoenix series is VERY disturbing, especially the story behind it … how awful!

    January 20, 2017 at 11:50 pm

    • Ah, something to discuss over wine?

      January 21, 2017 at 12:34 am

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