Filmed on our spring summer 2011 shoot…
What a sensuous experience. I could smell the damp clay and feel the soft dappled sunlight. Like an artisan baker working the raw material, it almost persuaded me that Maria was making something to eat. Peaceful, evolving and yet in the background the faint sound of other people talking. A timeless art.
This is a great little video, thanks Toast, I hope you do follow it up with other inspirational artists.
What an inspiration! I want to be like Maria. I feel peaceful every time I watch it.
wow, what a wonderful woman, what an artist, what a work! BRAVO, Maria!
I’m really happy with this video.
Really very nice!!!
Thank’s Nick, thank you Toast
So pleased you like it Maria! And how nice to hear from you. We’ll pass your comment on to Nick too, he’ll be very happy to hear from you for sure.
It’s great to see Maria at work. I’ve known her work through her blog for a few years now, and I love it. But it’s always good to see someone actually at work, to see their hands and their eyes and see them making judgments as they make pots. And beautifully filmed.
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I haven’t worked in clay in a long time- Thank you for sharing your experience- It makes me want to get dirty and make pretty things. Thank you!
How do you solve a problem like Maria?
Well… You get dirty with clay of course!
Such a moving and inspiring video. I felt overcome with a warming and tingly feeling.
i very much liked it.
I’m Maria Bosch, and I write you because I’m thinking that it would be great to present the video Maria Bosch Working in The Ceramic Films Festival in the British Ceramic Biennal 2013
It’s of that I ask you if you and Nick it would seem you well.
in this link you can find all the information
my best wishes