Happiness is a tableful of new pots! And a counterful, and a floorful . . .
I just can’t contain my excitement! Yesterday’s kiln unloading yielded a lot of new and wonderful things, which ideally I would have beautifully photographed today to share with you in high style. Alas, I’m at the end of the time I have to make pots for my show in two weeks (drying and two firings will take that long), so the day was otherwise spent–but I just had to catch the end of the daylight to give you a few photos.
One of my new "ripple" bowls! I'm loving the red on the inside . . .
. . . and the lighter-colored exterior. I'm also becoming a big fan of sprayed glazes and the color gradients that are possible.
Another serving bowl. The white interior glaze is hard to capture--it has a subtle iridescence, tinged with a bit of pink (partly because of the red glaze I tend to accent with) and blue.
Excited about these, although I didn't have time to make as many as I wanted to: little planters with built-in trays! For your sunny windowsill.
Thanks for letting me share, as always.
That is my favorite teapot so far!
Thanks so much, Emily! I love using that glaze combination . . . where the red and yellow cross, you get this nice grainy light purple-gray.