Friday, October 22, 2010

Spirit Dreamers, Masks, Charms and Shrines

Last Chants Studio on ArtfireToday I'd like to introduce you to a shop that's filled with beautiful clay creations for your personal Sacred Spaces!

This shop is pagan owned and operated and is filled with a variety of masks, goddess charms, castle statuary, planters, shrines, altar pieces and pet memorials that all feature pagan symbolism in their designs. Symbols that are designed to remind us of nature, cultural philosophies and cosmic harmonics.

Each piece in Last Chants Studio on Artfire is created by hand with a creation process that is further facilitated by this talented artisan's emotions, moods and memories, all of which then influence the design of each piece she makes. Each and every piece is 100% shaped by hand and home-kilned.

Last Chants Studio on ArtfireEverything in Last Chants Studio is derived from earthenware slab, which means the clay is rolled by hand to whichever thickness is needed instead of commercially purchased already prepared. The artist uses a variety of clays in her work as well as an myriad of oxides and glazes to achieve the colors and textures of all of these wonderful pieces, many of them completed with a special antiquing technique.

All of the glazes that are used in these beautiful pieces are also food safe and non-toxic.

Stop in at Last Chants Studio and take a browse around. You're sure to be enchanted by these beautiful, mystical pieces as well as the informative and educational antidotes shared in the different item's descriptions!

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURES ABOVE TO VISIT LASTCHANTSSTUDIO ON ARTFIRE AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.

1 comment:

Emme Toaye said...

The most beautiful pottery, thanks for sharing. I tried pottery once and mine was all heavy, crooked and really ugly but using my arm muscles helped to increased my bust size so it was a winner for me!

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