i-SHOW International Ceramic Artist

Here is Tom Barnett’s website: www.tombarnett.net Tom Barnett who has created ceramic works on three continents created this piece in Richmond Park. (He has worked in America, France, England and Japan.) His most recent work was done this October in Basingstoke. His work generally needs clay to be fired at 1200 degrees. The piece for this particular work is an astonishing piece of ‘firing’. To see more of tom barnett’s ceramic sculture work type ‘tombarnett’ in the YouTube Search section. This weekend Aberystwyth is hosting an International Ceramics ‘Fair’ and Tom Barnett is one of the guest artists and speakers. The piece shown here is the kind of thing that he is going to produce this weekend in Wales. links below to other work by Tom Barnett www.tombarnett.net www.youtube.com www.youtube.com

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13 Replies to “i-SHOW International Ceramic Artist”

  1. Of course you cannot go that close when it is 1200 degrees – and all it has to do I think is to attain that temperature and then you stop heating it. – bw JB21

  2. it looks like some sort of pine apple.? I presume you didnt use your hands for this… how close can one get at such temp’s?….

  3. It was my brother’s birthday party. Fabulous piece. yes i agree. If you type Tom Barnett into the search engine of google you will get more of his stuff.
    best wishes

  4. it was wrapped up in heat saving material and ‘cooked’ at 1200 degrees. See ‘TomBarnett”

  5. Ya I found it. I have collected Pine cones for fun and profit and wonder how I can use some impressions as decorations on some of my thrown pieces. They make a nice touch with the Christmas wreaths I make too. Stay in there aeh!

  6. To see more about Tom Barnett’s work put in Tom Barnett in the search area and a longer video will play or go to Google and type in Tom Barnett in the Images section.

  7. That is a really cool garden sculpture, how did you folks fire that? Nice way to do a birthday eh!

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