Over the last 20 years I’ve put slip onto leather-hard pots in just about every way imaginable. From forms such as small cups up to large platters and bowls, I have found various ways to get slip on my pots. Recently, I have been inflating a common latex balloon (1) inside my jars to keep …
By Erich Borchert (1907-1944), 1928, Rote Kreise, pen and India ink drawing in red and black on brownish paper. (Bauhaus)
Jardinière is a collection of decorative porcelain baskets with leather handles.
Single stroke by Paolo Čerić | A R T N A U
single line drawing | paulo ceric.
I chose this: With different kinds of shades with lines and the gap between them gives gives off a person with an idea of what there wearing
By Erich Borchert (1907-1944), 1928, Sowjetunion Geometrische Komposition, pen and India ink drawing. (Bauhaus)
Line- the different lengths and widths placed by each other composes an image of a woman's figure. By placing lines at various distances from one another, the image gets more structure and gives the illusion of a body. A variation in width gives more dimension to the image and illustrates a sense of realism.