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Smaller 2 glaze vase. I used Amaco LT-122 Dark Blue, thin applied on the inside and very think around the top edge, then Amaco LT-3 Old Pewter for the bottom outside stripe. Loving the results, so more to come soon!!!!
Larger Vase using Amaco White Art Clay and combining 2 different Amaco glazes. I made for interesting “oozing” effect down the side of the vase……I think I’ll do more this way!!!
Coil-built Soap Dish #2. Glazed with Amaco LT-122 Dark Blue, thin applied. Earthenware clay fired to cone 05. Lead-free foodsafe glaze used.
Raku Vase #1. Completed during a Raku workshop sponsored by the Kentuck Museum in Northport, Alabama. This was the 1st piece removed from the kiln. This is now something I’m going to start doing at home!!!! I love the results!
Coil building vases is something I’ve enjoyed since started pottery. I’ve also included a terra cotta face plaque that my son and I built too. Hope you enjoy. Comments welcome
My second attempt at hand-building a flower looking vase. This vase’s pedals are more straight up compared to the first attempt at this style vase. The inside is also a darker red when compared to the first attempt vase. Approx. … Continue reading
13×9 approx. Basket Weave Platter Hunter Green and Straw colors A delicate basket weave patter with larger slabs of hunter green swirl patters. This was my first attempt and creating a platter using basket weaved clay. Having to work quickly … Continue reading