My youngest child Berit requested that I make a head planter for her birthday this year. Here's the planter when it's still at raw clay stage - before any firing has occurred. Here are a few shots after firing. She's glazed with white shino.White shino allows for some of the brown clay to show through … Continue reading head planter 10.15.2020
I'm in the process of making about half a dozen hanging planters. I thought this would be a great way to combine two of my favorite things: clay and plants! Above are two process shots: when I first threw the pots on the wheel, and just after I trimmed them and punched out three holes … Continue reading hanging planters 3.14.2019
The vases I started a few months ago are all finally out of the kiln. If you'd like to read about how these vases were made, take a look at this post. Below are photos of the finished vases, which I'm delighted with. They're all available for purchase here.
or rather, wordless and tones of white
I've got some more white on white bowls completed. I made a bowl similar to these a couple months ago, and you can see pics of that bowl in this post. The glaze on these latest bowls turned out differently this time. Not as white, a little yellower, more rustic looking, and thinner. Not a … Continue reading white on white 2.23.2017