Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong, modernist ceramic sculpture

Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong, modernist ceramic sculpture

September 16, 2011 | ceramics | No Comments
Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong

Using porcelain, forms are thrown, then cut up, altered and reassembled using black slurry. The surface is sponged off. The sculpture is dried then sanded, accentuating the scored black lines lending the sculpture its “stitched” effect. Glazed or unglazed, fired to cone 6 oxidation.
Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong

Modernist ceramic sculpture

 


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