“Those who contemplate the beauty of Earth find reserves of strength that will endure….” Rachel Carson
Debbie’s work uses natural landscapes as a central backdrop for her photography. These infrared images embrace the space between the real and unreal allowing your imagination to create its own mythical story. She hopes to inspire a sacred perspective that promotes living in harmony with the natural world and with one another.
The pottery images are “Alternative Raku Firing” pieces. They are burnished unglazed pots that are subject to additives in the kiln firing, or after the firing while the pot is still hot.
1. Naked Raku process is finished with smoke…..thus, the dark lines. 2. Saggar firing happens in an enclosed container with additives inside the kiln. 3. An example of Stannous Chloride fuming in the kiln. 4. Horsehair from a beloved Tennessee Walker named “Cody” is melted on a 1000 degree pot. Each piece is one-of-a-kind.
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Courtyard Gallery | 26120 Ridgeview Drive | Idyllwild, CA