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Wendy Cevola 11/16/17 Day two on the Big Island of Hawaii continues with a tiki surprise!
TikiG
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Posted: 2012-05-22 07:55 am   Permalink

Yay! I finally met Dan & Wendy last weekend at Tiki Caliente 4 too - two beautiful people - of course you already know that!

Congrats on your 34th wedding anniversary too!

Hope to see you two again sometime so we may talk art and tiki with a little more depth, huh?

Take Care, G



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-05-22 09:27 am   Permalink

Sorry for Blurry Photos


Hi Friends, I'm back in the swing of things. Dan's waiting for us to go on a walk before the heat hits but it is a lot cooler here than in Palm Springs. Even still I took my electric blanket and long johns for the trip to Caliente because Dan loves air conditioning.

anthonymaye its true Dan's passion is tiki collecting and that's how I pay him to do all the mopping and other chores that come with my ceramics hobby. His motto is Will Work For Tikis. I also let him pick out things for his 34th anniversary presents. He's a happy man and he gives me joy every day.

hang10tiki I was still beat yesterday but I managed to do a few things, see below. I feel that I got a visit with Jonelle too after looking at all the photos on the Caliente page. She sure is a doll and she's married to one too.

tigertail777 every day is new and a challenge. One of these days is going to be a special one for you. Keep doing your beautiful art.

Tavarua Tiki it was so much fun to meet you and to have you watch Atomic Chick get her mugs. Your excitement was contagious.

Tiki G I had seen so many photos of you that it was easy to pick you out of the crowd. It's fun to have met and I look forward to the next time.

Progress Report for the Wish List and more:

The kiln was cold the morning of our trip. I opened it up and everything looked good at a distance.


I needed to get this small alter bowl out to transport for Loki Tiki to Caliente. It came out just as I hoped. Even with the crack Loki was fine with it and took that Missionary's Downfall Alter, bowl and woman.



As I set the items on the counter I could see small and large problems that I'll need to correct now that I'm back home.

I sure did take blurry photos. I must have been excited to get on the road.


So now we are back and it is time to get serious. But alas Dan is calling. I need to go on the walk. I'll post more when we return. That's when I'll post my disasters! Cheers, Wendy


Hi we had a wonderful walk but it was hot, hot, hot.

So you saw the unloaded kiln. I left knowing that I had work to do but I was happy with what did work out.

So first of all I set up the photographic studio that MadDogMike gifted us with at Caliente.
I took a photo of Sandra Dee's TNT mug for Tiki Oasis. I used a flash. Not so hot.

Next I turned on the lights for the studio. They shine through the cloth.

I turned off the flash and wow what a great photo. Thank you Mike!

I still need to cold paint the TNT black later today.
She also ordered a Bumatay necklace

and a regular Bob. All her orders were fine.


My next lesson with the Studio is background color choice. I may just stick with black but the studio had a stack of colored fabric to choose from. I stuck with the blue to see how MurphDog's little super carved Bob would look.
Check out the difference between blue and black backgrounds.


The black background let the Carribean Blue be more true in the photos. In real life it is even better.




The next successful mug is for mymotiki. I hope you like the color for the inside of the mug. Since Loki Tiki took the Missionary's Downfall Alter that I brought for him to Caliente yours is the next one in line.





I am going to try the paper clay that Grog told me about. It is on order. I'm getting 25 pounds so that I'll have it on hand for future cracks. MadDogMike gave me a wonderful lesson on how it works so I'm ready when it's available.

mymotiki your brown Bob bowl is really done but I'm going to add a bit more glaze and fire it again just to smooth it out. I think it has the vintage look you wanted.

BaconSM your bowl needs another coat of the satin black and two more coats of rust at the bottom. Otherwise it came out fine.

Deb's bowl I am not happy with. The thick paint for runs down the side did not mix. It did however stand out. I'll re-glaze to see if I can cover it and the inside of the bowl and make them pretty.

The purple Bob bowl has a couple of glaze skips to fix.

So I have work to do but the worst defect was on Psycho Tikis Missionary's Downfall Bowl. When we took it out of the kiln it was 90 degrees. The bowl looked wonderful except I couldn't see the words. The glaze had filled them in. Oh well. But when we returned from Caliente the bowl had shrunk as it cooled and had exploded the glaze off the bottom. When you bisque fire you should always have it hole for 15 minutes at the end so you get the clay to shrink to its max but I guess it didn't happen. So when I glazed it the clay again shrank and popped off the glaze. Now I will try to pry off any lose glaze and then re-apply it and fire.



Tomorrow we go to Grass Valley to see Roge. My Bumatay lamp is finished and we will bring it home to hang. I have also almost finished adding bases to the tikis that he casts for the lamps. He wants to offer them as stand alone statues that would look great in a window with the sun shining through. You may choose any color and he'll cast it.


Today I'll work on the Bob/Pele/Volcano/Swap mug and start planning how I'll do the PacMan and Creature of the Bob Lagoon mugs for BaconSM and Tavarua Tiki.

I have Missionary's Downfall bowls in the works. Things to re-glaze and to glaze for the first time. Bare with me I'll keep working hard and one day yours will be the one that is finished. I did deliver 10 mugs at Caliente.

I'm off to work, Wendy


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SandraDee
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Posted: 2012-05-22 3:05 pm   Permalink

Yay! My stuff came out so awesome! I even have black straws to use to drink out of the dynamite--Tiki Oasis ready I say!!

My Dad is going to be so surprised when I send him that mug for Father's Day. He has never visited me out here so has no idea about all this tiki collecting business but he has seen Tiki Bob and loves him. He keeps asking me for a mug--uh, thats a negatory Dad!-so I thought I would get him a new version that is less fragile but just as special

Can't wait to get all my goodies!

So happy you guys got to relax down at Caliente--you both deserve it


 
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Posted: 2012-05-22 3:31 pm   Permalink

Just Brilliance....You never fail to teach me new things or put a smile on my face every time I come here! You guys are so wonderful to watch. Thank you! I'm glad you had a blast at Calliente quatro.

Mahalo

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Posted: 2012-05-22 3:31 pm   Permalink

Sandra, I just hope your dad doesn't get on TC or it will ruin his Father's Day surprise!!!!

Wendy, the photos look great! Glad someone was able to get some use from that studio, even better that it's YOU!!! Sometimes I back up with the camera (about 8 feet), zoom in and leave the flash on. You get the 2 light sources on the sides and the flash from the front too. But it's far enough away that it doesn't wash out the colors or make a lot of glare.
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little lost tiki
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Posted: 2012-05-22 6:11 pm   Permalink

Caribbean Blue!
So BLUE-tiful!
and i just LOVE the colors on the Missionary's Downfall bowl!
You're the BEST!
Wish i could've trekked down to Caliente last weekend..
Looks like it was a BLAST!


 
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Posted: 2012-05-23 01:01 am   Permalink

Hi Wendy. The Bob's are looking great as usual. I like the new blue colour but that purple is stunning. What brand is that one?

And also, as promised.....

Your mug is much nicer to look at.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-05-23 07:42 am   Permalink

Sandra Dee it will be fun to see you soon. Here's how the painting turned out.

McTiki I hope to bisque fire your mug and the rest of them next week. Thank you for checking in.

MadDogMike and Grog, I followed up on the paper clay. It comes in 25 pound bags. It is a high fire clay to use with high fire slip and clay which I don't use. They said I could use it on low fire as long and it is not put on a surface that will be used to hold liquid. So a piece of art for the wall would work. Or for the hole in my alter bowl. But right now it is on back order so I may turn this hole into a volcanic crack.

This alter is for mymotiki if it passes when it is done.


Little Lost Tiki I love those bowl colors too. My hope is that the re-glaze will work and that more doesn't just pop off. I missed you at Caliente. My dream is to go to an event where you are vending so I may see all your glorious works of art together.

Swizzle my dream came true to have another photo posted. Thank you. The glaze is Duncan Orchid Speckles. I love all the glazes with spots.

This is where we walked for an hour yesterday. It is a nature trail between housing tracts a couple of blocks from us. It was hot by the time we got home but so worth it in beauty.





Once we were back it was time to work. I needed to re-glaze every bowl that had come out of the kiln.

mymotiki one more layer of glaze has been added.


BaconSM 2 more layers of glaze added.


Deb's bowl had French Dimensions run down the sides but no mixing occurred so the effect was poor.

So first I painted the inside with 2 layers of red speckles.

Then I painted lots of layers over the red and yellow stripes. You can see the bowl at the very back of the table. I forgot to take a close up. I had enough glaze skips on the bowls that I scrubbed the next 4 mugs and had them dry again.


The bowls were loaded into the kiln. Again I forgot to photograph the top shelf but I'll do that when I add the last mugs.


I've finished the Pele/Volcano/Bob mug for the swap. It will be the glaze and cold paint that will bring her/him to life.



Today we go see Roge in Grass Valley to pick up the Bumatay chunk lamp and some goodies. Then tonight I'll start glazing the mugs shown here.


Every day is fun thanks to each of you, Wendy


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Yay! Will see you on Friday! I am so excited

 
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On 2012-05-22 15:31, MadDogMike wrote:
Sandra, I just hope your dad doesn't get on TC or it will ruin his Father's Day surprise!!!!




Don't worry Mike, my Dad has heard all about TC and stays far, far, far away


 
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2012-05-23 6:49 pm   Permalink

Looks like you and Dan had a wonderful time at Caliente! It is my dream to attend one of your wonderful California tiki events one day!

The Caribbean Turquoise little bob is gorgeous and the purple is great too. That might just be the right combo for my mug! I'll leave it to you. All of your work is gorgeous.


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-05-24 08:41 am   Permalink

Sandra Dee we are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow. It is so much better to hand the art over than to mail it. That's why I beg for photos from everyone who has my art arrive on their doorsteps.

LoriLovesTikis today I paint on the glaze. Yesterday I went to Alpha Fired arts and picked up the right kind of (fill the indentations) type of pink glaze. So Carribean Blue for big Bob with a small Bob in Purple or Pink?

I spent all the money from the Zombie Torches on glaze. I guess I'm a glaze junkie but now I'm in remission. I have all the missing colors covered. I got all the tests prepared to go into the kiln with the next run of mugs and bowls.


I picked up colors for Frankenstein's Bob.

Next we headed up the highway to Grass Valley to Roge shop. It was time to pick up our Bumatay Lamp. These lamps do not photograph well when lit but they look great in person.

I brought the tikis with the new bases added on for him to mold. Then he'll offer two versions. One that hangs on the wall and one that stands on its own. Those could be set on a window ledge with the light shining through.


This is my Bumatay Lamp. If you look hard you will see that some of the chunks are actually sea creatures from puffer fish to octopuses.





Roge gave us a gift of a photo of a lamp that he had enlarged. Very cool.


We got a sneak peek at Steve Soto's lamp in progress. It was a beautiful color choice.


Roge has gone back to his roots and pulled out another design. This one is not a box it is a tube. Lights on.


Lights off.


Miguel shows his work.


Here is a tiki free lamp.


Their work is for sale on Roge. Here's the link.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtLampDesignByRoger?page=1

Now its time for a walk and then a day of glazing the most challenging mugs.
Frankenstein's Bob
Roge Turtle Bob
Etsy
LoriLovesTiki Bob

It should be a fun day. Cheers, Wendy






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Posted: 2012-05-24 09:07 am   Permalink

Hi Wendy! The mugs look beautiful! I love all the different designs you come up with, with the tiki bob blank. So many great versions of bob! I really like the palm tree version, you know the one in blue. That is so pretty! I really like watching the progress of the different mugs you are making and the techniques that you describe. Thanks!!
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Queen Kamehameha
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Posted: 2012-05-24 2:57 pm   Permalink

Wendy, It was great to meet you and Dan at Caliente! I love the lamps, but your ceramics are amazing! The Bowls, the Tiki Bobs, all of it, great job!


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Posted: 2012-05-24 3:40 pm   Permalink

Wendy,
I love all your creations, but I'm really partial to the Bob hold the mini-me-Bob. Actually, I just want one of the mini-me-Bobs (tikis & miniatures are two of my favorite things [trying to resist the urge to sing lol])


 
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