I am newly obsessed. I just got done ordering some new glazes, i.e. crackle glaze… a candy colored red glaze, some mason stain for some traditional looking China Porcelain. So, I decided to look up how other people were using their crackle glaze on their ceramics. Behold: I came across…
I’m in my first pottery art show and it’s coming up in a couple of weeks! Yay, rah rah rah. I took a quick shot of some of the pieces I finished tonight to go in the last batch for bisque firing in the kiln. This picture is essentially, the little clay houses in their “greenware” stage
Just ran in to studio to drop my greenware into the line for bisque firing in the kiln. I’m so excited for them to be going into their first ceramic art show! Well, for that matter, it’s my first art show too.
We had a little pumpkin carving contest at our place this weekend! Mini-bonfire and all. It was a great chance to get people together to play with their food and celebrate an ol’ American tradition… hacking up large food produce for the simple pleasure of watching it glow with fire. Typical!
Had to document these somewhere. Great link. That’s what this blog is for, good ideas and cool things…
This artist, Michael Wesely, and his technique is really interesting. He uses long-exposure tenchniques that he has worked out over a period of time (anywhere from 6 months, to even a year, depending on the project, location and equipment).