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A Little BowlCup

This is my favorite looking BowlCup because of the glaze. Buttermilk on top of St. John’s Black

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Second Round of Pottery

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The second round of pottery came out of the high-fire kiln this weekend (all cups), and here they are! I’m not quite as happy with the glazes, but I tried to use some different glazes that I had never used, so it’s a good experiment. 43 more words

Art

Tools for pottery

This is a rib a more traditional tool for pottery. Used for shaping pots (and saving them from a terrible case of the wobbly rims. hehe) 79 more words

Throw back: ShotGoblets

Some of my older ShotGoblets.
I would throw them in one piece I assure you don’t do that. Trimming is a pain in the ass.

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Creative

Decadent Design for the Soft Surface Workshop with Ben Carter

It is an honor to listen to an artist talk about their work, their process, their inspirations. I love hearing ideas about process or inspiration put together in a way that I think ‘I have never heard that before’.   450 more words

Pottery: BowlCup

Another creation when learning to throw left-handed. Oddly enough I actually throw better left-handed then I do right-handed

The glaze on this one is quite nice. 22 more words

Pottery: BowlCup

These were born during the past year while i was teaching myself to throw left-handed. they can be used for both cup and bowl (like for ice cream) :-D

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