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Sylvia Fuller

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  1. Looking forward to this years installation...."The art of Emotion"

  2. Crackle glazed Guinomi with gold purple craze accents

    Very nice. I love crackle glazes. I had a great recipe and somehow lost it:( I have other recipes that work ok, but not as good as the one I lost.
  3. Raku Canisters and boxes

    I love making little canisters for tea and what not. These are my latest. I plan on making fabric coverlets for them.
  4. Raku Boxes

    From the album Raku Canisters and boxes

    These were made for gifts. They were slabbed out and hand built. I carved simple reliefs and Raku fired them.

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  5. Rose canisters Raku fired

    From the album Raku Canisters and boxes

    Here is the finished product. The top vase is Porcelain, raku fired. I hope you like them!

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  6. Canisters with roses

    From the album Raku Canisters and boxes

    These came out amazing! They were wheel thrown and hand built. I then wax resisted the flowers, which I regretted. I fired them to burn the wax off, then applied another glaze.

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  7. Raku canisters

    From the album Raku Canisters and boxes

    Raku canisters. The three on the top level have white lids to simulate Bone. They are gorgeous!

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  8. Koi Vase

    I love Koi and have a pond filled with them. I was reading about these wild Koi in japan that are on the endangered list so I decided to sculpt a few on this vase. The driftwood handle was found in a rive while camping in Washington. This is one of my favorites. This vase was Raku fired in Yucca Valley, Ca.
  9. Koi Vase-view 2

    From the album Koi Vase

    Koi and Lilly relief. Raku fired. Driftwood handle.

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  10. Wheel thrown vases

    These vases were wheel thrown and altered by applying reliefs. The vases were raku fired. I am always looking for unique pieces of driftwood or objects that would add a unique finish to my pieces. The lids to these vases have driftwood as handles, which I found while camping in Washington. These vases will be in my next exhibit. Thank you for visiting my page.
  11. Elephant vase with driftwood handle-view 3

    From the album Wheel thrown vases

    Barium glaze. Brushed on Manganese and rutile. For the background I brushed cobalt and copper.

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  12. Elephant vase with driftwood handle-view 2

    From the album Wheel thrown vases

    Another view of this vase.

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  13. Koi Vase

    From the album Koi Vase

    This vase was wheel thrown and hand built relief was added. The lid was wheel thrown and altered. The handle is a piece of driftwood found in the Washington mountains while camping.

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  14. Elephant vase with driftwood handle

    From the album Wheel thrown vases

    I love elephants! I have been concentrating on reliefs on all my vases and most of my vases have animals that are endangered. This vase was wheel thrown and Raku fired. Please let me know what you think!

    © Birds of Paradise Studio-Sylvia Fuller

  15. Multimedia artist. California potter. Loves to Raku

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