The Story of a Mug: Part 1 left off where the mug is left to air dry. Air drying takes about one week. After air drying, the mug is “bone dry” which means very dry and brittle. The mug … Continue reading The Story of a Mug: Part 2
It all starts with a lump of clay. The lump of clay is placed on the pottery wheel and centered by the potter’s hands. Once centered, the potter opens up the ball of clay. . . . . . and … Continue reading The Story of A Mug: Part One
Yes, there are time differences between countries, states and cities, but I’ve noticed time differences affect photography. The outside light changes through the day. You may not notice the vast difference in light as the day proceeds, but through a … Continue reading Time Differences
After a lot of hard work dealing with unusual grog particles in my clay over the summer, I am happy to report not all was a loss! Tickled with the glaze results in these two turquoise & brown mugs! Just … Continue reading Before and After
As the temperature cools, my throwing season is coming to an end. But, that doesn’t mean I’m done with pottery! I have more work to do 🙂 Follow me on Instagram for some behind-the-scenes shots! Continue reading Change of Season
I have been putting off making mugs because I have struggled so with making handles. It has been FIVE years since I made a mug. Well, I wanted to start making them again but wanted to learn whether or not … Continue reading There’s A Tool For That!
I love hand thrown mugs! I enjoy making my own except the handles. I just don’t have a handle on making handles yet. I could make handleless mugs but I kinda think mugs and handles go hand in hand. Don’t you? Continue reading Mugs and Handles