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Yule Gifts

Now that we have the plane home scheduled, I can think about gifts. To whom? Why? What? The end result is a series of mugs with lids. 251 more words


Week three

Wheel-thrown bowl and plate

At the beginning of the week, while the mugs were put into the kiln for bisque firing, I started working on a big bowl and a big plate. 764 more words

The Gas Kiln, firing #2

A couple of pieces from the #gaskiln. #gaskilnreduction firing is pretty intense and so empowering! Look at the rutile on the red copper glaze and the stripes of copper and rutile on my pretty #shino glaze. 198 more words


Learning the Clay

“That wheel is too slow. It makes you work too hard – you use all your strength to control the clay.”

I sit up out of my hunched position, and look at the mound of wet clay on the center of the pottery wheel. 1,320 more words


Week one

Now that my first week at the studio is over, I can already tell that it’s going to be a wonderful five months. There are two main events coming up , an open weekend at the studio in late November, and a Christmas Fair in December. 399 more words

Pondering the Impossible

Today is a few days before Samhain. It’s the first one that I will celebrate so far from my family. This is one of the biggest holidays of the year and I have not done anything to celebrate. 64 more words


#TeachUsTuesday Continuing the Legacy

She’s no stranger to Baker Hunt, for the years she’s dedicated to our facility, but please welcome, Ms. Jane Bresser!

She’s lived in Northern Kentucky her whole life and completed her BSA in 1974 in psychology and BFA in 1976 in art from Northern Kentucky University with a concentration in ceramics. 224 more words