#30 Oasis In The Barren -immediately after I brought it home and just set out at the edge of an impromptu tabletop. Illuminated with the available overhead light against a paint-splattered background. Not the most optimal conditions to achieve maximum photogenic-ocity...(trust me, that's a real word...).
In its box with better lighting than just my overhead fluorescent light in my studio.
and #47 Refuge.
A nice series of runs and glaze stuck in the recesses of the texture.
Illuminated with a mix of daylight and studio light.
A couple shots of what I've decided to make be 'the back' -only because that crossbeam towards the bottom of the 'front' side gives a nice uplift to the piece.
Next time we'll take a look at the handful of pieces in the Roadside Attraction series that are either sculptures in-the-round (which will necessitate a different display approach), or I am still trying to figure out what their final destination will look like.