Torsos!

Here is an example of the ceramic torsos I make. Each is between 15” and 26” tall and 15”- 37” wide ( the widest ones are the angels). They are made to hang on a wall indoors or out and they weigh 1-2 pounds each. Please click on any torso in order to see its description and email me if you would like to know more.

18 Responses to Torsos!

  1. Elaine says:

    Your work is very beautiful.

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  2. These are wonderful! I love what you did to them.

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  3. Anna says:

    Thank you so much 🙂

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  4. steelewares says:

    Absolutely gorgeous work. Well done.

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  5. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    HOW do you do this?? Magnificent.

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  6. these are incredibly unique and original works

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  7. painterswife says:

    Love that metallic finish – and thanks for coming by today – it was great to see you.

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  8. Barbra Barnes says:

    Did you use to sell these at the Arizona Renaissance Festival a while back?

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  9. davidprosser says:

    Incredibly beautiful.
    xxx Huge xxx

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  10. Mary Maude says:

    The detailed-line work is especially beautiful – how do you hang your sculptures? Can you share that information – I’d love to understand.

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    • Anna says:

      Hi Maude – Thank you for your lovely comment; regarding hanging them, I just make two hooks or loops in clay at the back of the torso when I am building it. And then just attach a cord and hang it on the wall. My torsos are really light, they only weigh about 0.5 – 1 kilo, tops, so there isn’t a problem.
      Have a good Christmas x

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      • Mary Maude says:

        Thank you Anna for sharing. I’ve used kiln friendly metal u-hooks in the past but haven’t tried creating the hooks out of clay – nice idea and I’m going to give it a go on a future project.

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      • Anna says:

        Should be absolutely fine, Maude. I make the hooks a bit like a handle for a jug…you know, no tension, secure and double secure attachment..

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