July’s Batch From The Kiln

June 30, 2009 § 1 Comment

Something that most of you don’t realize is that, with my current setup, it takes quite awhile to fire my pots. Stuff I make sits on the shelves waiting to be fired 1, sometimes 2 months, sometimes even longer! So the objects you see now, are actually the fruits of work from 4 weeks past or more. It’s kind of like looking at stars (you’re looking at proof of starlight that was ages schmages ago, but not necessarily still there). So here is the proof that I was hard at work (but not necessarily hard at work now) 🙂

Molten Matcha Cup

Molten Matcha Cup

Woodland Platelet

Woodland Platelet

Wild Stripes and Crazy Crackle Cups

Wild Stripes and Crazy Crackle Cups

See the snowy shino glaze and the black stripe that cuts through it...

See the snowy shino glaze and the black stripe that cuts through it...

This one looks like a fish just pooped and left

This one looks like a fish just pooped and left

Sake Vessel and Cup with Tribal War Paint

Sake Vessel and Cup with Tribal War Paint

Never Empty Faceted Sake Vessel

Never Empty Faceted Sake Vessel

It's a Sake-fueled spaceship!

It's a Sake-fueled spaceship!

Coy Heart Vase

Coy Heart Vase

Coy Heart Vase Sideways

Coy Heart Vase Sideways

Planetary Nimbus Matcha Cup

Planetary Nimbus Matcha Cup

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§ One Response to July’s Batch From The Kiln

  • anna says:

    i am loving the glazes you have on these pieces- do u have a website showing more of your work?! i am a ceramics student in Cardiff, wales, and would love to know about you glaze process!

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