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Aaron Scythe

Post  Ev on Thu 26 Feb - 9:57

Porcelain so thin that the light shines through!
Beautifully painted and you can almost hear the wee bird singing away happily while sitting on a post looking out over the water .....



The base was a big surprise and had a message to tell me I had found the right piece!
"Here she is." Well that is my take on it hehee.  I've never seen this finish on pottery before and thought it was brilliant.
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an Aaron Scythe mug for Father's Day

Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sun 4 Sep - 15:18

Aaron Scythe earthenware mug

I found Aaron Scythe's latest series of mugs with black glaze and a metallic ring to them a bit scary at first sight but I may yet grow to like them. I have been looking at these earthenware mugs on the net for a while now, at both Masterworks website and treeobjectspace.co.nz in Whanganui and I understand Aaron won't be making any more in the same clay. Not wanting to miss out as I have done with the Ande Barrett-Hegan face mugs (which were available for a couple or few years [!]) I did stretch to buying one of the Scythe pieces with little legs from Masterworks. I took the photos a long time ago but have kept the mug wrapped up for a special day. Today is the one.

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Re: Aaron Scythe

Post  Ev on Sun 4 Sep - 15:21

Brilliant Jeremy.  Aaron is so creative and things change at a rate of knots, so to catch something like this is like catching a moment of time in his potting life.
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Re: Aaron Scythe

Post  TonyK on Wed 13 Dec - 12:59

I bought a yunomi from Aaron's latest show at Avid in Wellington. He's used different clay bodies joined together.   At the moment it's the hardest working beaker I have.

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