This base was broken during the move from my studio to the Art Center-Manatee, Florida. I repaired it using the Kintsugi technique. Here is a link to “Heart of Thorns”
Sculptures, pottery, paintings, and drawings on my living room fireplace mantle.
Left to Right:
Sculptural Teapot Woman blog.danielharrismusic.com/recent-ceramic-piece/
Sculptural Teapot Sculptural Teapot blog.danielharrismusic.com/porcelain-teapot/
Three Masted Bark flic.kr/p/2ey7Xnq
The Cry flic.kr/p/2hRqBVb
Last Man Standing flic.kr/p/2fFvbAJ
Gryphon Teapot flic.kr/p/2n6mbr4
The Cry Bronze blog.danielharrismusic.com/the-cry/
To quote the great Mexican poet, author, and Nobel Laureate Octavio Paz: “Every mark on a man’s face has a story.”
High-fire porcelain teapot. Original design, hand-built, and painted with a dimpled surface texture.
Hanging sculpture: Porcelain. Original design, Handmade and painted, high fired. 11.5″H x 5.5W x 1.5″D
A painted porcelain hanging sculpture. Designed, handmade, and painted from drawings and color scheme sketches. 14Wx9Hx2″D
Source painting for Swimming Dragon and From the Deep
Another “conceptual” teapot which has no functionality.
The Cry is my first bronze cast sculpture. The very talented artists at Bronzarts in Sarasota, Florida managed to capture 99% of the detail in this very complex piece. Stevan Kuyper was the mold maker and Wayne Dyer did the cleaning, welding and detail work after the pour. They both were excellent to work with and are very knowledgable and informative about the whole process. The Cry is a bronze version of my wood sculpture The Cry. The bronze version is 8″ (20cm) tall, 11″ (28cm) with the granite base. I am currently seeking funding for a 6-foot version and buyers for the smaller version. The mold can support an edition of 20.