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Glenda Trades Me Ms. Thang a.k.a. Lizard Face in Exchange for 3 Ceramic Skulls

Three Ceramic Skulls About to Eat a Barbie Head
A Ceramic Skull About to Dine on a Barbie Doll Head
Three Ceramic Skulls holding hands after feasting on a Barbie Head

Q. Tell me something your aunt did - other than call you Barbie.
A. She also called me "Ginny" which I hated & scared the crap out of me when I had to ride in in a vehicle with her.
 
Q. How big of a dog is too big?
A. Is there such a thing as too big? Maybe Clifford size.

Q. If someone offered to give you laser hair removal for free - but only on one leg, would you do it?
A. You bet! 1 less leg to shave &/or slice to shreds with the razor of doom.

Rebekah Trades Me a Doll Sculpture and Ceramic Necklace for 25 Door Plates and Ancient Dominos

Rebekah Norris, A bARTer Sauce trader
Rebekah Norris, A bARTer Sauce trader
Rebekah Norris, A bARTer Sauce trader

Rebekah made not one - but two - trades at the bARTer Sauce show at SideShow studios this summer

Thanks Rebekah! And just because I'm thankful doesn't mean that you'll get out of answering my "interview" questions. Mmmmwwwahahahahhahaha!

Q. How did you hear about The Sauce show?
It sounds like you came prepared with stuff to trade. Are you a friend of Nik's?

Regina Trades Me Three Skulls for Jar Man

Regina and Jar Man sittin' in a tree...

Regina is awesome and you should check out her website. Regina was kind enough to send some answers to my ridiculous "interview" questions:

Q: If you could punch anything in nature, what would it be?
A: The safe answer is Cancer. I'd punch that till the cows came home. But my first thought was to punch a Tsunami. Bastard things.

Q: How many parents do you have?

Three Skulls

Original Owner: 
LafayBebe
Regina's Cookie Cutter Skulls on bARTer Sauce
Regina's Cookie Cutter Skulls on bARTer Sauce
Regina's Cookie Cutter Skulls on bARTer Sauce
Regina's Cookie Cutter Skulls on bARTer Sauce
Regina's Cookie Cutter Skulls on bARTer Sauce
Regina's Cookie Cutter Skulls on bARTer Sauce
Regina's Cookie Cutter Skulls on bARTer Sauce

Regina's Story about the Three Skulls:

What do you make when you're thrown into a pottery with no experience in sculpting? Skulls, of course! I found skull cookie cutters on eBay and spent a few weeks making the damned things. Many skulls emerged from the clay, but only these three remain. They were meant for assemblage art, but I never got around to it and they calmly requested that I not donate them to charity like I did to many of their brothers. When I get to tidying, I often rid myself of much of my "work." This trio is looking for a purpose...

Rachael Trades Me "I Found An Alternate Dimension In A Hole In My Sock Painting" for Ceramic Ray Gun

Rachel, in hat, with ceramic ray gun

As per usual, I subjected Rachael to my horribly inept "interview" questions:

Q: Have you ever read The Hobbit? If so, did you find yourself ever referring to those maps in the front of the book?
A: I read it in grade school, and who DOESN'T refer to the maps!?

Q: Do you have or have you ever had a roommate?
A: I've never had a roommate but I have had numerous strange attic-dwellers.

Blue Raygun

Original Owner: 
Ariane
Ceramic Ray Gun

Ariane's Story that came with the Ray Gun:

Shoot your TV. Or the person standing in front of the TV. Or just hold this in your hot little hand, and feel all powerful. That's what it does for me. I just made another one, so I will not feel powerless without this.

Ariane Trades me BlueRay Gun for Gumball Machine Shaped Kitty Cat Feeder

Ariane rocking out to the music on her blog

Every once in awhile I get so busy (read "lazy) that I make my trading victims not only ANSWER some interview questions, but they also have to WRITE the actual questions.

Now that's delegating my little potatoes. That's delegating.

Here's Ariane's questions to herself and her answers:

QUESTION: Isn't it hard to be super-cool and live in Wyoming at the same time?

Ceramic Sculpture by a Man with One Hand

Original Owner: 
abbey
Ceramic Sculpture
Ceramic Sculpture

Abbey's Story About the Ceramic Sculpture:

Hugs for Jesus Creature Statue

Original Owner: 
Ariane
Hugs for Jesus Statue
Hugs for Jesus Statue
Hugs for Jesus Statue
Hugs for Jesus Statue
Hugs for Jesus Statue

Ariane's Story about Hugs for Jesus:

I teach college ceramics. That's all you need to know about that. During my first semester of teaching one of my students (Let's call him "Justin") made an entire "Hugs For Jesus" series. Nothing in the series had anything to do with hugs, or Jesus, except they all said "Hugs For Jesus" on them somewhere.

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