Monthly Archives: September 2014

Beaded bowl

I usually like austere designs. Simple, spare.   This bowl doesn’t fit that aesthetic but it is one that I wanted to make. It is an ash glazed bowl with the holes opened for the beads before wood fueled firing. I … Continue reading

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Bowl, white slip

I have 2 pieces out of my last firing that I think are exceptional. I have already sold one of them. This is the other. It is a kohiki piece with beautiful crawling in the clear over glaze.

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Vase

I love the way this tiny vase holds its own. It is about 1 inch, 2.5 cm., tall.

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Recent work.

I am in the process of sorting and emptying the kiln to get ready to fire again and to start selling the work from the last firing. Here are some of the pieces out of this firing.

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First sale.

I had the first sale today from the firing I just finished. I took the piece in the photos to an antiques dealer I know to show it to him.  I think it is the finest piece out of the … Continue reading

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More work from noborigama firing.

Here are some more pieces out of this firing. The bowl with the glass filled holes have glass beads in it with black lacquer on the inside. The vase is about 1.5 cm. tall.

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First impressions of firing.

Here are the first pieces out of the kiln.

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