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Second Firing

The remaining pieces from my first run are done and – like the first batch – they are pretty much forgettable.  I fell behind from the beginning and rushed to catch up, then made all the mistakes one could make.   701 more words



Pates lusterware plate
made in Sydney, Australia c. 1950s

Ah lusterware! Loved by me and…hardly anyone else –and….loathed by many. But it was such a quintessential expression of the 50s – and a world-wide phenomenon – in that it linked ideas of ‘modernity’ with ‘metal’ or machinery. 133 more words


Sand and Magma - The Legacy of the Ocean - Michael Ayala Ayala @ ANU School of Art Foyer Gallery

The foyer gallery of the ANU School of Art has an enjoyable exhibition from a South American artist celebrating the Ocean. It is put on by the Ecuadoran Embassy and will close today. 90 more words


In progress photos

Today has been very productive so far. While firing my 04 gas reduction kiln I’ve been spending my time working on my large scale wheel thrown items. 161 more words


Pottery Pictures---New Work

Hey Everyone!

I thought I would share what’s been happening in the pottery studio this week. We’re having a lazy weekend so it’s pictures for you! 300 more words


Painting Pottery | A First Attempt

With my interest in pottery and after seeing a fellow blogger try it, my sister and I decided to try our hand at pottery painting. We booked ourselves in for a local evening pottery painting class at a shop called ‘ 504 more words