A spin on hollow
Vancouver Island’s Janet Bouey is experimenting with the veneers she made in Claire Maunsell’s recent class.
If you stack up squares of clay and then cut out the centers with a smaller square cutter, you can add a veneer on the top and bottom of the stack and have yourself a cool and simple hollow bead. The bead will be loose, light and lovely.
Janet puts her own spin on Claire’s ideas and documents interesting results on Instagram, Flickr, and Facebook.