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The Artisan Crafts Gallery, edition 54Here are a selection of some wonderful and unique deviations submitted to the Artisan Crafts Gallery over the past week. The whole gallery is filled with absolute gems and these are but a small selection!The Artisan Crafts Gallery, edition 54 by Myana
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Welcome to the ZooHow did you get started doing your wonderful pottery?Welcome to the Zoo by ArtisanCraft
It was a gradual process really. As a small child I was always fascinated by animals. One of my Mums early memories of me learning to talk was me bringing anything that moved in from the garden saying Dut beekuw, my version of look beetle. I was always drawing and making things too. I made lots of animals in Plasticine, a coloured modelling material. My interest in both nature and art has continued to this day.
Like most teenagers, when I was about sixteen years old and a student I wanted more pocket money for buying records and things, and my opportunity came when my brother bought me a little mouse for Christmas. It was a small unglazed ceramic mouse with a leather tail made by a local potter who had a shop in town. I looked at it and thought I could do better than that so I went to see the potter and proposed that I make mice for him. After a demonstration he agreed and