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Sculptural Ceramics

by Laurence G. Tilley

A Gallery

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Zifirl Gnome Alchemist

Painted Ceramic

Zifirl detail

exhibited in the Alchemy Exhibition, Floor One Gallery Rugby, October 2014

The Elephantoids

now separate mounted figures

fired ceramic

The Chalice of the Soldithian Hags

Raku Fired Ceramic

Exhibited in Shadow Games, Rugby as part of the Festival of Culture Art Trail 2014

"Three Elephantoids Sitting in the Rim of the Tyre Connected
by Strands of Teenage Angst Poetry"  Painted ceramic, found object and recollected angst.  For Alchemy Response to the Rugby Collection, Rugby Art Gallery 2014

In this kiln image it is just possible to see the finger tips of The Chalice of the Soldithian Hags, exhibited in Shadow Games for Rugby Festival of Culture 2014.  Click the image to see a 30 second video of it being removed from the kiln at 10000C

Steampunk Angel

Rugby Open Exhibition Morgan Sindall Award

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Diddly Squat and Lothwaine

Painted ceramic

Diddly Squat

Reverse.  For a page about how he was made click here

Mask

Fibre clay, raku fired

Proboscoid Horror

Art Mache and mixed media


Old Mother Goose

Fibre clay, raku fired

Old Mother Goose

alternate view

Mediaeval Lion

Fibre clay, raku fired

 

Mediaeval Lion

alternate view

Monsters & Circles

Collage & acrylic glazes

3 Yunomi

Stoneware

Merlin

Fibre clay, raku fired

 

Merlin

Three-quarter profile view

 

Little Devils

Fibre clay, raku fired

Little Red Devil

Detail

Little Black Devil

Detail

Guinevere

Fibre clay, painted.  13" high.

Sir Gawain

Fibre clay, painted.

17" excluding base.

The Actors 

Fibre clay, earthenware fired.

An English Father Christmas

Fibre clay & acrylics.

 

Jenny Greenteeth

Fibre clay, raku fired.

Jenny Greenteeth

(Detail "There was green algae and sometimes red algae. The red was the blood, people said of Jenny Greenteeth’s victims, after she had dragged them to the bottom with her long stretchy arms, and nibbled them to death with her little green teeth.")

Herod

Fibre clay, local clay, porcelain, glass & steel.  Based on the poem by Charles Causley.

Herod

(Detail)

Herod

(Detail)

 

The Pailton Miser

Fibre clay, earthenware fired, stoneware base

Pin-up Girl

Fibre clay, earthenware fired.

Pin-up Girl

(Detail)

Mari Lwyd

Mixed clays and glazes, slate base, assembled.  Exhibited Rugby Open Exhibition 2007/8

Mari Lwyd

Other side.  Click the image for an enlarged detail view.

King O' the Cats

Fibre clay, mixed media.

Exile Cup

Fibre clay, stoneware fired.  Click here to see him in the 2007 exhibition at the "Where I Fell in Love Gallery."

Marco's First Flight

Fibre-clay body, raku fired with mixed media.  Mixed clays and glazes, slate base, assembled.  Exhibited Rugby Open Exhibition 2007/8

Marco's First Flight

(Side view)

Click here to see him featured in Rugby's first Festival of Culture

 

Marco's First Flight

(Detail)

 

Marco's First Flight

(Detail)

Hind

A 25mm miniature for Dungeons and Dragons.  Epoxy putty.  Click here for illustrated description of her construction.

"And now our cousin, Petal Gnome, will enthral you all, with her Dance of the Seven Veils."

Fibre-clay body, acrylics & mixed media.

The Mermaid of Zennor

Fibre-clay body, raku fired.  Brick clay base

Sciopod

Fibre-clay body, raku fired

Blemmaye on a Swing

Fibre-clay body, raku fired.  Click here to see him in the Rugby Open Exhibition 2004

Blemmaye on a Swing

(Detail)

Nobody

Fibre-clay body, raku fired

Humanoid

Raku body, raku fired.

Pleased to be Here

White Stoneware body, raku fired.  Exhibited Rugby Open Exhibition 2007/8

Pleased to be Here

(Detail)

Boar

Raku body, raku fired

Blemmaye

Fibre-clay body, raku fired

Blemmaye

During firing.

Sketch for Seated Figure

Watercolour pencil.

Seated Figure

Smoked stoneware paper-clay. 

 

Raku Beaker

White stoneware body, white alkaline glaze over chromium oxide.

Sculptural Form

Stoneware body and glazes.

African Wall Panel

15 of the 16 tiles are based on West African pottery and wood carving.  One is based on an Anglo-Saxon pot. .

 

Ceremonial Drinking Vessel

Stoneware clay, and ash glazes.

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