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I always thought Facto's bowls needed a foot

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Facto makes the most lovely thin bowls with metallic glazes. Light as a feather. I keep berries, acorns and snail shells in them. Today I decided the bowls needed a foot, some elevation, so I put them on the things I brought home from the forest last summer. It was a balancing act.
8th Apr 2014, 00:25   | tags:,,,,

nige says:

They look fab on all, but especially the leaves.

8th Apr 2014, 00:33

swamprose says:

thanks, nige. Those aren't leaves--it's lichen ripped off northern rocks. I take a lot of things home and put them in my pockets, forget about them and put them in the wash. I have lots of really clean sticks and rocks, acorns, and lichen.

8th Apr 2014, 04:58

nige says:

Haha, clean lichen. Oxymoronic lichen.

8th Apr 2014, 20:26

Factotum says:

I think that's one that was originally on a dried up grey milkweed pod. I like the zoomorphic bone at the top.

9th Apr 2014, 13:19

swamprose says:

Facto, the milkweed pods are still around, but I need more bowls. Think the vote is for the lichen, so I'll be bringing some home.

9th Apr 2014, 14:24

taniwha says:

I ike the bones. Was chatting the other day about how we have become detached from the reality of meat when we buy it in packages all minced or filleted as if it doesn't come from an animal at all. Eating food out of bowls sitting on bones is what we need, I reckon, just to remind us if what we are doing.

11th Apr 2014, 09:21

Viv says:

I like the bones too :)

11th Apr 2014, 11:18

Viv says:

the one on the link looks great facto

11th Apr 2014, 11:19

Factotum says:

I also have one on a piece of the metal swarf that Caine once sent me, scraps of melted metal that Rick had scraped up off the factory floor.

12th Apr 2014, 00:36

swamprose says:

I never think about death and bones. The bones I find are in the woods, and they're kind of like the plants--natural--so I was surprised that the bones (I like white things) were anything but interesting props. And I am going to Montreal next weekend to get more bowls.

13th Apr 2014, 23:12

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