This Artist Uses Colored Clay To Create Psychedelic Pottery

Meet Dean McRaine, a self-taught professional potter who explored some unconventional pathways in his work. One of them is the colored clay millefiori technique. Check out his amazing work!

Instead of painting over fired works, Dean McRaine uses colored clay.

Instead of painting over fired works, Dean McRaine uses colored clay.

He rolls the colored clay and squeezes it into thin cylinders which will be strategically placed.

He rolls the colored clay and squeezes it into thin cylinders which will be strategically placed.

When sliced, the cylinders form new designs.

When sliced, the cylinders form new designs.

He gets all kinds of shapes and colors

He gets all kinds of shapes and colors

Which he mixes into a psychedelic pattern.

Which he mixes into a psychedelic pattern.

He puts the cylinders together into a block.

He puts the cylinders together into a block.

And when it's completed, he slices it and turns it into pottery.

And when it's completed, he slices it and turns it into pottery.

Source:√ā¬†lightwavepottery.com

Liked this? Share it with your friends!