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Wendy Cevola 9/21/17 Glazing up a storm with 36 mugs and 2 bowls to do.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-24 09:00 am   Permalink

WestADad, thank you so much for the photo. I'm glad to see the Bumatay necklace fits. Is your dog named Wishbone? He has such perfect coloring.

VampiressRN even though we are not together we are having a visit here. You make me happy.

hang10tiki I love visiting your threads too so keep posting often.

Now it is time to continue my personal Frankoma story.

I'd like you to meet Jonice Frank. Her First name is pronounced like her father's name John. She is shown her with one of her sculptures. She is both a master sculptor and a master mold maker.

Just go to eBay and bring up Frankoma and you will see the massive amount of creations made by this artistic family.

Both Jonice and I have a deep love of clay and what it can become. This photo was taken just before she sent the statue on the right to my home. I treasure both the statue and our friendship.

As I have shown on page one of this thread tragedy struck Frankoma pottery. There was a fire that destroyed not only the building but every single mold that they had made.

This is Jonice looking through the rubble.

Only the sign was left standing after all the debris was removed.

The factory was rebuilt and for many years to come ceramics were made but the tiki line was gone. Not many had been produced to begin with but now they had become such a treasure that the eBay wars had begun.


While Gecko worked on producing ceramics of the War God and Geckoma I continued working with sculpey clay. I wanted to reproduce the giant sized Frankoma War God and the Frankoma small tiki bowl for Dan's collection.

This photo is from a magazine called Pot and Puma put out by a Frankoma collectors guild. This is the Tiki Collection by Jonice Frank.


A friend of ours Joanne had both of these War God mugs and I photographed them at her home.






Another friend had a photo of the rare bowl.


I will continue this story tomorrow. Meanwhile here's what we have been up to.

I've finished pouring enough big Bob's for the next wish list. When ever I come across an air bubble at the top of a mug I dig it out as shown on the left. The tiny size of this hole is decieving. It can never be filled with glaze to hide it.

So dig it out and fill it with clay and smooth.

Now that the big Bob's are done we put those molds to storage and got out all the small Bob's and the bowl mold and the Bumatay molds. Now we'll continue to pour until I have a few of these ready for the next Wish List.


All of these are waiting for me today. I need to open them and to clean up the casts. There's always work waiting.

I started the priming (painting with Gesso) of the canvas for the Elroy Art painting. I'll work on it now while the Oasis painting rests. I need a rest too.

Until next time, Wendy
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Posted: 2012-06-24 10:11 am   Permalink

Just one of many things to love about the Cevola Experience is this: you not only get to be on the happiest thread on TC and you not only have the opportunity to get a beautiful work of art or two or three (or four), but Wendy builds you a bridge to some of the artistic individualists of Tiki's history, such as Frankoma, Bumatay, and the styling of Tiki Bob's.

Amazing.


 
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Posted: 2012-06-25 05:37 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2012-06-24 10:11, Professor G wrote:

Amazing.




Ditto. Wendy, that's my pup Lily, I never noticed the wishbone before.

Looking forward to more Bob progress, have a great week.


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Tavarua Tiki
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Posted: 2012-06-25 09:22 am   Permalink

Wendy, I love the history lesson and your involvement in the story. I'm so glad you were able to befriend Jonice and that she gave you permission to the Frankoma line, what an honor. The War Gods are amazing and that bowl is phenomenal! Can't wait for the next episode...

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-25 09:41 am   Permalink

I finished the next episode and then before I hit submit the computer froze and I lost it all. Now I've re-booted so here goes again. I may just save it after each step.

Professor G it is such fun for me to share each step of my journey but only because people think it is good enough to watch and post remarks. Thank you for yours.

WestADad I've decided that it is a tuning fork instead of a wish bone. Either way your Lily is a beauty.

Tavaura Tiki Joniece and I can talk clay because we both love it and that's a bond that can't be broken.

Please computer let me do this...

We are still working on making green ware for the next wish list. We finished 32 Big Bobs but I think Dan's got four mugs on his wish list that I will make to pay him for all of his work.

Now we have started pouring bowls and small Bobs. The small Bobs take a lot of clean up steps. The bowl too. I finally figured out how to open the bowl mold without it sticking and falling. I get Dan to lift off the pieces while I hold it in place.




Now I'll save this before starting the Frankoma/Cevola history story.


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Posted: 2012-06-25 10:57 am   Permalink

Heck, I just checked and none of the Frankoma post is showing up here. Later today I'll try a third time to put up the next part of the story. Wendy
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Atomic Tiki Punk
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Posted: 2012-06-25 1:06 pm   Permalink

Thanks Wendy, Love the history part to!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-25 3:21 pm   Permalink

Thank you Atomic Tiki Punk. I'm going to try to put it up now.

Some of this story is on page one but since I want to keep it all together now I'm duplicating some information.

The Frankoma/Cevola Story continues...

Dan wanted me to make another Frankoma Tiki Bowl. I got out the photos of the small tiki and went to work.


I kept Joniece informed of my project by sending her photos. During one of our conversations she said, "I've sent you something special, when it arrives call me".


When Frankoma burnt to the ground it was such a loss. All the molds were destroyed and all the green ware on the shelves waiting to fire were gone. Everything except one small tiki that Joniece found among the rubble. It had survived the fire. This is what she sent to me. A precious treasure.

This tiki would have been one for a bowl because there were no salt or pepper holes in the top. Now that I had a real one I could see how far off the one I'd made from photos was.

I finished my bowl and Dan has it in his collection.

Far view.


Kingstiedye a friend we see every few months or so directed us to Mike a master mold maker. If I could make molds then we could become ceramicists. Mike wanted us to bring something that we could mold in two pieces.

If I brought this precious Frankoma tiki I could bring it back to life.

This is Mike and Dan.

Here is the little tiki being molded.

Here are a couple of finished tiki statues.

Here is the only bowl I've made so far.



What's up next? Check in for the Dan and Wendy show tomorrow morning!!!
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2012-06-25 5:13 pm   Permalink

I need a Dan and Wendy button on my remote...

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-25 10:24 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki they have those at Walmart.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/TIKI-MUG-ZOMBIE-HUT-CORAL-REEF-31-WENDY-CEVOLA-/200781979364?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2ebf89dee4#ht_500wt_1047


It looks like one of my very first ceramic mugs is up on eBay right now.
These were super hard to make because none of the lettering turned out and I had to hand carve it all. It is a black mug and all of the rest is hand painted.

Clay


Front


Back


Good Night, Wendy
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Posted: 2012-06-26 07:56 am   Permalink

Monday was a fun day. We poured more molds. Worked on our Spanish lessons and then


I started the Elroy Arts show painting for Tiki Kon.

All the colors I mixed for the sky.

Diamond Head. I'm pretty sure the sun never sets in this spot but it works well for the painting I have in mind.


Frankoma secret projects. As I type this story I send each section to Joniece Frank to proof read. So far I've got a thumbs up.

What should I do next? I decided to risk an original Frankoma War God by molding it. In this way I would bring back Joniece Franks original War God. So Dan and I with great care made the mold. We were so careful that we didn't allow ourselves to be distracted by taking photos until the mug was safely out of the mold. Here's a photo after the fact.

What you can not tell from this photo is that I had filled in the top. I made a mold that is a statue not a mug. I don't want to make a product that would cut into the worth of the War God Mugs. I will be making bowls.

Once this mold was dry I started casting them. It worked and the mug was not damaged.





Now it is time to paint. May your day bring a smile to your face, Wendy


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dartharnie
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Posted: 2012-06-26 1:35 pm   Permalink

Didn't I see (at some point) a discussion about the war gods elsewhere on Tiki Central. I remember there was a discussion of undercuts around the lips and ownership of the copyrights...

found it.
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=41866&forum=12&hilite=War%20God%20Mug

So now I understand the copyright...
would love some more thoughts about the undercut. looks like Frankoma did some modifications over time? or perhaps different sculpts?

Wendy any ideas or thoughts...

PS. My two year old had a tantrum over wanting to use the Frankenstein's bob this morning. Full on fists to the floor stomp and scream fest...Consider it a compliment.


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Posted: 2012-06-26 7:28 pm   Permalink

Great to check in with you Wendy! Your work is great as usual and I'm loving the tiki history lesson as well.

Went to Ohana this weekend, it was fun. Bought a puffer fish and a Lake Surfer carving but I would have bought a ton more so I was a little disappointed.

Will send you a picture as soon as I feel pretty! LOL
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Hi dartharnie, most kids would be afraid of that mug. Your son is no scardy cat.
I talked a while back with Joniece about the War God. She did on Sculpt and that was for the large War God. The Trade Winds told her that too many were walking out the door so could she make a smaller size. To do this she just molded the large one let it shrink and shrink again when fired. Then she molded it and let it shrink and shrink again when fired. When she got it to the size she wanted they made more molds of that one that was used in production. So all the small War Gods are babies of the one large War God Sculpt. The only variations were in the glaze colors. This bar did not last long and the Cultured Pearl which ordered some was only around a few months. So there were very few of these produced and that's why they are so special and expensive.

Hi LoriLovesTikis, get pretty fast I am looking forward to the photo of you with the mug. How's the swap project going? I'll keep checking that thread to see. I'm glad you like the history lesson. It is about to change now to the projects I've started with the War God.

First up are photos showing my progress on the painting for the Elroy Art Show.







Each evening we pour this many molds

which gives me this many pieces of green ware. Not much for the size and weight of the molds.

Here is the War God all cleaned up. He will be 10% smaller than the original mug I molded.

Side view.


Tomorrow I'll post the first bowl I've made with this Frankoma statue.

Cheers, Wendy


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Today I'm posting photos of the first Frankoma bowl that I have made using Joniece Franks original War God Sculpt. I am just the crafter here she did the art. This bowl weighing 7 pounds and was very hard to work with. I have two other bowls that I'll show this week that will be available through the Wish List.














So that these are never mistaken for a vintage Frankoma I have carved on the bottom: War God made from a mold of an original by Joniece Frank
Wendy Cevola c2012

I also placed her special initals on each War God.








Placed in Dan's jungle room next to three Gecko bowls.


Comments please. Wendy
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