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  1. So, I do a lot of fine art equine ceramics. As I await the arrival of a few more pieces of equipment and supplies to fire up my mold making and casting of my own sculpture this summer, I am custom glazing some other artist's sculptures as custom orders for clients from all over the world. I thought some of you here might be curious what I do for a living. This first piece is very much in progress so I'll add more photos as he nears completion. This is a small earthenware sculpture called 'Hadrian'. This mini was sculpted as a Dales Pony by Sarah Rose and produced in earthenware bisque by Pour Horse Pottery. Some of the pieces were custom glazed at that pottery, some were produced in an original finish edition, and some were sold unglazed. I got a few of these in unglazed bisque. He stands about 3 inches tall or slightly less. The first photo I am attaching is the bisque with raw underglaze airbrushed on. Here I am using soft tools to remove some of the underglaze to add dappling to the palomino coat pattern. The white markings were masked with latex then removed and cleaned up using an exacto type craft knife.
  2. Hyn Patty

    Nomad

    From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    2.5 inch tall earthenware ceramic 'Nomad' sculpted by Kristina Lucas-Francis, produced by Pour Horse Pottery. Custom glazed to pinto 'Zorse' with zebra pattern by Hyn Patty, around 2006. Private Collection.

    © (c) 2006

  3. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    Mini "Spinnaker" grade or pony gelding sculpture by Sarah Minkiewicz-Breunig and produced in earthenware ceramic, 3 inches tall. Custom glazed by Hyn Patty in 2006 to a chestnut tobiano sabino pinto. Sold a public auction for just under $2k at that time, resides in a private collection.

    © (c) 2006

  4. Hyn Patty

    Monya

    From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    4 inch tall 'Monya' Arabian stallion sculpted by Debora McDermott, produced in English fine bone china by Alchemy Ceramics of England. Custom glazed by Hyn Patty to a lightly dappled rose grey, 2008. Collection of the sculptor.

    © (c) 2008

  5. Hyn Patty

    Collier

    From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    3 inch tall earthenware ceramic 'Collier' sculpted by Kristina Lucas-Francis and produced by Pour Horse Pottery. Custom glazed to dark dappled bay with pangare by Hyn Patty, 2021. Underglaze, satin clear, glossed eyes and hooves, china paints. Private Collection.

    © (c) 2021

  6. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    'Showman' sculpted by Kathi Boguki and produced in English fine bone china by the Horse Gallery, Horsing Around of England in 50 piece edition. Custom glazed to sooty buckskin appaloosa by Hyn Patty in 2021. Private Collection. Underglaze, satin clear, glossed eyes and hooves, china paint, white gold.

    © (c) 2021

  7. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    English fine bone china 'Loco Motion' sculpted by Chris Jolly and shown here in progress being custom glazed by Hyn Patty, 2021. Here the first layers of underlgaze have been airbrushed on, masking latex removed, and the overo pinto pattern all cleaned up and detailed for first firing. This piece was initially fired in my small Olympic Doll E kiln. As it is mounted on a base, the piece is stilted so that the base and the horse don't cool at different rates that may cause the legs to break if the base remained hotter too long. Mane and tail were claybody customized with earthenware added to bone china bisque before underglazing which is a very touchy process I won't go into here. I use a much larger kiln for other pieces or groups.

    © (c) 2021

  8. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    3 inch tall earthenware "Wee Bairn' pony foal sculpted and custom glazed by Hyn Patty, 2003. 10 piece edition, private collection. Underglaze, satin clear, glossed eyes.

    © (c) 2003

  9. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    3.5 inch tall earthenware ceramic sculpted by Maureen Love and produced by Hagen Renaker. Custom glazed to liver chestnut sabino pinto by Hyn Patty, 2021. Underglaze, clear satin, glossed eyes and hooves, china paints. Claybody customized resculpting and repaired broken legs done in the kiln to the bisque before glazing. Shown here sticky mounted to base.

    © (c) 2021

  10. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    3 inch tall earthenware ceramic 'Hadrian' sculpted by Sarah Rose, produced by Pour Horse Pottery. Custom glazed by Hyn Patty to dappled palomino Welsh Cob. Collection of the glazing artist. Underglaze, satin clear, glossed eyes and hooves, china paints.

    © (c) 2021

  11. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    English fine bone china 'Crusher' sculpted by Kitty Cantrell and produced by the Horse Gallery of Horsing Around of England. Claybody customized to add mane, braid, stud bridle and shoes myself, then under glazed to a dappled grey. Finished in satin glaze with low fired yellow gold buckles and white gold bit and shoes by Hyn Patty, 2006. Piece measures approximately 8 inches tall by 10 inches long - Private collection, sold for just under $4k at public auction. 2007 Realistic Equine Sculpture Society Best Custom Glazed Ceramic and People's Choice Awards.
  12. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    'Valentin' sculpture in English fine bone china sculpted by Brigitte Eberl. Custom glazed to reverse dappled bay roan by Hyn Patty, 2021. Stands about 7 inches tall by 9.5 long. Underglaze, clear satin, glossed eyes and hooves, china paints and white gold shoes. Private Collection.

    © (c) 2021

  13. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    Missouri Fox Trotter sculpture by Adalee Velasquez, 3 inches tall, eathenware ceramic. Custom glazed by Hyn Patty in 2021 to a bay tobiano. Underglaze, satin clear glaze, glossed eyes and hooves, china paints. Private Collection.

    © (c) 2021

  14. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    2.5 inch tall English fine bone china foal sculpture by Donna Chaney, custom glazed by Hyn Patty to a black rabicano Arabian. Underglaze, clear satin glaze, glossed eyes, china paints, 2022.

    © (c) 2022

  15. From the album: Hyn Patty LLC

    Black Sabino Tennessee Walking Horse standing 3" tall sculpted by Donna Chaney of England and custom glazed by Hyn Patty, 2007. Underglaze, satin glaze, gloss, white gold.

    © (c) 2007

  16. Hello, so I came across this really cool table. The artist says its made from clay and it inspired me to make my own sculptural table!(image linked below) ... I was wondering if someone with more experience than me can recommend what I use/ how to build the form? I've only used foam and magic clay over but I'm guessing this won't be sturdy enough? I'm also thinking air dry clay as I won't be able to find a kiln big enough! Also does anyone know how I can add a glass table top securely onto my sculpture! https://www.instagram.com/p/CKxdlTjnBBg/?utm_medium=copy_link
  17. From the album: SCULPTOR

    ANOTHER VIEW.

    © Barake Sculptor

  18. From the album: SCULPTOR

    AN UNFIRED SCULPTURE FOR A RESIN AND BRONZE CAST. A BURST OF LIFE,BUNNIES GROW FAST,BUT ARE SO DEPENDALBE ON EACH OTHER FOR WARMTH AND PROTECTION.THEY OPEN THEIR EYES AROUND 10 DAYS ! H 12CM X L 20CM X W 14CM.

    © Barake Sculptor

  19. I'm in need of stilts to suspend the interior of dome-shaped sculptures up to 4cm (so the rim/base doesn't touch the shelf surface). I've looked into heavy gauge nichrome wires, but I'm not sure if they'd be able to stand still during the high firing process, plus they are pretty difficult to cut. So I wonder if metal nails could be used as stilts. For example, the pointy part touches the sculptures, and the cap sticks into a flat body of clay, i.e., the base of the stilt. If so, what kind of nails can sustain in cone 10 firing? Thanks!
  20. From the album: SCULPTOR

    CATS ARE ALWAYS TAKING NAPS,SOME EVEN WITH THEIR EYES OPEN, JUST IN CASE THEY HAVE TO RUN !! THIS CLAY SCULPTURE FOR A FUTURE BRONZE CAST. H 14CM X L 20CM

    © Barake Sculptor

  21. Weeklong - July 25-30, 2021 Wheel Thrown Sculpture Hunter Stamps Focus on creating abstract sculptures and organic vessels from wheel thrown parts. Learn a variety of throwing, altering and assembling techniques. Cover low-fire glazes and alternative surfacing techniques such as encaustics, paint and mixed media applications. Use all these techniques to create and fire a series of truly unique pieces. Intermediate (requires basic wheel throwing skills) $660 Registration and Information
  22. From the album: SCULPTOR

    H 23 CM X L 27 CM

    © Barake Sculptor

  23. From the album: SCULPTOR

    A SMALL STUDY FOR A BIGGER CLAY PIECE,THEN A MOULD FOR A BRONZE AND RESIN SCULPTURE!

    © Barake Sculptor

  24. From the album: SCULPTOR

    A CLAY STUDY FOR A RESIN SERIES OR BRONZE, ABOUT LIFE SIZE SCULPTURE.THE ORIGINAL CLAY WILL THEN BE FIRED.

    © Barake Sculptor

  25. Im new to ceramics so sorry if I seem ignorant. If I were to make a solid sculpture, 2-6 inches thick, would I be able to get away without firing it? (I don’t have a kiln in my area) My idea is that I’d let it dry and then just paint it as it is. But would it be too fragile? Are there any adhesives or sprays I could use on it to keep it from breaking and make it stronger? It wouldn’t be moved around much. I'm using earthenware btw.
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