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As usual, nothing is yet for sale. I have to get ready for Zanesville.
Just for the heck of it, I pulled out three of my 20" plates and put them on the studio wall. Nice?
Let me show you pictures of 10 pots that I have been glazing for the last month. I glazed up five hollyhocks with snow and five rain with lightening pots. Here are the hollyhocks about a third glazed.
And the same with the rain pots.
This is what the glazing looks like when I am spraying the backgrounds on the pots.
The hollyhocks are glazed and waiting for the kiln...
the rain pots glazed and in the kiln...
and the results.
They turned out well. Four- maybe five- of the ten are going to be reglazed and refired. The rain pots are a bit weak and they always need a secord or third glazing effort. These need a bit more color and color balance. Some of these pots will be coming to Ohio.
This week I am going to start throwing pots for a month or so. I still have lots of things to glaze, but I feel the need to make some new things. I have not thrown pots for a year.