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Old 12-31-2011, 08:14 AM
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Porcelain Houses

Here are some house sculptures I created for a show back in September which also featured paintings of houses. These are all about 4 to 7 inches at their largest point. I didn't want these to be "miniatures" per se, just wanting them to be about structure and design, but some got fairly detailed. These are all slab built, not from molds, no two alike. After bisque firing, then hand painted and varnished rather than glaze/fired. Amazingly, nobody can tell the difference. One nice thing was to be able to dip the pieces completely to have insides be the same color in some instances. I think it helped on some pieces. (first two are this style) There were 24 in all, these are the ones I liked best.

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Copper Saltbox House



Red Cape Cod



Stone Cottage


Brick Cottage


Queen Anne Fixer-upper


Post-Modern House

Mid-century Modern


Richardsonian Romanesque


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Wow. I really love to live in one of those houses.
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Sorry this is so late, but thanks very much for your comment! :-)
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nice work..
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wow, I love these. What an amazing amount of work. They make me think of Morandi somehow
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