Hirigorrian

Hementxe uzten dizuet pasa den astean Euskadi Irratiko Hiri Gorrian programan egin zidaten elkarrizketa. Ai… zenbat hobetu behar dudan afera hauetan…

hirigorrian_irunea

(Programa osoa Eitb Nahieran atalean aurkitu dezakezue, hemen)

Mila esker ekipo guztiari, bereziki Maider Segurola eta Maddi Castrori horren modu profesional eta gertuan tratatzeagatik, gozada zure lana ondo ezagutzen dutenen galderak erantzutea.

hirigorrianuxu

PLAZERRA!

(Argazkiak: Lander Eizagirre eta Uxua Domblás)

 

 

 

¡¡¡Por fín!!!

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¡Por fín asoman los sombreros y tocados en la web, yujuuuuu!
Espero no tardar mucho en prepararlo todo para la venta y subirlos a la tienda,
pero por ahora habrá que conformarse con echar un pequeño vistazo.

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tocado_calasazules

Bakarrik igo ditut batzuk, oraindik egin behar ditut argazki gehio, tasatu, neurriak hartu, dagozkien kutxak zein izango diren erabaki, beruta etiketak prestatu etabar etabar…
Lana ez da bukatzen behin eginak daudela, ai enebadatxue, baina tira, bagoaz aurrera!

oreja

versalles_plate

Finally there`s a small section on the website with some of my hats and fascinators!
It`s just a sneak peek, but I hope to prepare them for the online shop soon…
Meanwhile if you want to have a look, you can find them here.
I had a lot of fun giving each one a name!

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BOTONS

Acabo de subir a la tienda algo hecho con un material totalmente distinto a la tela,
gracias a mi amiga Mónica he descubierto la cerámica!
Yo me estoy haciendo un par de jarrones, pero como no podía ser de otra manera, lo primero que hice fué algo relacionado con la costura:

boton_rombo

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berutashop

These are my first works with pottery, I went to a couple of workshops offered by my beloved friend Mónica, and I really liked the material. I has nothing to do with the process of working with textiles, your brain has a very different way to approach the piece you want to make. Ceramic is somehow more “direct”, you don`t have to overthink too much, if you want f.e a circle you just cut it, you can attach it to the piece you´re making and if you don`t like the effect, take it off and turn the circle into another shape.
Another thing is that you work on the right side of the piece, with textiles you work most of the time inside out, and is only after you have finished sewing each part of it when you can see the result of what you are making, and the you continue shaping it!

But….. of course pottery has it`s own tricks and difficulties, one is that the measure changes quite a lot once it is baked, it gets a lot smaller. And what I find more intrincate is that the color of the pigments has nothing to do when you apply them from the colour that comes out from the oven! Wow, you have to reteach your eye and your brain to know what you`re doing. I`m afraid I`ll have to make a lot of wrong colour combinations to get that :)

rariko1

Zeramikan hasi berria naiz, hortaz normala den moduan, gauza arraroak ateratzen zaizkit. Ni dena den arro arro nago nere lehenengo potearekin, nahiz eta ez nuen espero horrelako kolore arroxa gelatinoso bat! Saloian ondo geratzen da, eta bai ni, bai Kalanchoea, oso pozik gaude.
Banabil beste lorontzi bat egiten, ea zertan bukatzen duen…
Mila esker Moni!!!!!!!

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Planteadas

godaibat

bostgodai

Funtsezko elementuak forma hartzen daude...

Working on a commisioned work: five japanese ladies.
After thinking a while about the "thread" between them, I decided to make a representation of the five elements Godai. In the japanese philosophy the elements are Earth (Chi), Water (Sui), Fire (Ka), Wind (Fu) and Void (Ku). They still need a lot of work, but they are appearing...

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