Glazing is not my favorite part of the pottery process but when my pieces come out of the kiln, glazing is well worth the effort! Most of my pieces have two different glazes applied giving the pottery one color on the inside and another color on the outside. This process involves a combination of pouring... Continue Reading →
I made three little test tumblers to try out a new glaze combination. I am thrilled with the results so much so, I'm going to make more! The weather is perfect today so back behind the wheel I go!
I've been busy glazing and firing this month! Over thirty new items to add to my Etsy shop. Pictured above is about three kiln loads which averages about twelve to fifteen pieces per load. I have about that many more pieces to glaze and fire in the next few weeks.
Finally, a break in the soggy, rainy, humid, gray weather! We had this stagnate weather for 20 days. Despite the weather, I've been busy on the back porch . . . All the pieces pictured finally air dried -greenware is the term for this stage. (Nothing like watching clay dry on wet humid days!) ... Continue Reading →
All for sale in my Etsy shop! Several pieces have sold; others to be listed soon. If you have any questions, please contact me: