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Here are some pots going into the last load...
And how they came out. They are nice, but I reglazed them and fired them once more. The latest transformantion is pictured down this page.
Here is one of the 10X15 tiles. Ok, but not want I ultimately want. I have, as usual, run into a new problem, but I am hoping to solve that problem too.
A LARGE sumac pot loaded with fall colors.
Pots with rainbows.
Some of the last bamboo. They turned out very nice after a second firing. These are the big ones 11,12and 13".
After the second firing.
Another snow on spring blossoms. I have to apologize. I have been neglecting to put new pots on the for sale page. But if you see something of interest anywhere on my site or on one of the updates, feel free to write me. Lately I have been selling more pots that way. Go figure.
Took some time to go on a fall camporee with the scouts. It was a heavenly fall weekend.
I always take time to play poker! Pictured is one of two tables.
I decided I had to frame some Japanese prints from my collection.
After being in drawers for 15 years, it was good to see some old friends.
I have collected woodblocks diligently for 25 years.
Since I have been making a living at pottery- a modest living at best- I have not had the spare cash to collect as avidly.
Can you believe I never made a cup until now! These are first four...
and the next four.
For the last month or so, I have been making fuctional stuff- bowls, cups and plates- and working with stoneware. Occasionaly though, I am at the wheel and I start making artier stuff. I made a group of these gourd-like pots.
And some of these...
and I made a mold for a dinner plate. This is the original form...
that I then make a mold off of...
then I make working molds off of that one.
Believe it or not I am making progress on the silver and copper frames!!
However, every step forward puts new problems in my way. I still have a long way to go. And you to wait.