I created one head and then used a white underglaze on it which I then partially sponged off. Much of the underglaze burned off, but not all and it ended up having a stone-like patina to it. I love it! Ha! Back to using black clay - gloves and all.
This piece hangs from an upper metal grid that attaches perpendicular to the wall.
It has a title that keeps bumping around in my head for years now: "Some Say It Is Already Written, We Must Only Remember ". That idea that we choose our parents and talents before we are born, but then forget everything as we come into the world. (Sigh. What's up with that?) So as young adults and/or grown adults the puzzle is to remember. On the figure is etched "parte incognita" - meaning there are still parts unknown.
I like the hanging method. It feels quite different for me. A bit jewelry-like.