My journey through various methods and styles has slowly but surely led to a style that I can confidently state is mine. I've enjoyed the experience and now am producing pots that have my style and do what I want them to do. It's just clay . . . mud, if you will, and the effects on the world are minimal. But if a life needs passion to be a full life, and this medium is a catalyst that allows my passions to emerge, then it's effect is well worth the time and efforts involved.
Here's the latest batch, fresh from the kiln -
The phone-cam photos are a bit rough, but you get an idea - click on the images for more detail.
|Great outcome - no glaze runs, no stuck lids, a solid ＾5 firing. . .|
|This teapot is very light|
|Cookie jar with design relief|
|Genie Lamp Teapot|
|Experiment with Tenmoku glaze on inside, very nice results|
|A couple of the mugs -|
|A 15" Platter|