Rick Rowland and I unbricked a lovely kiln this morning, our second very nice firing this year. In addition to several of Rick’s vases of various shapes and sizes, the firing brought me, among other things, three Summerhaven jars: one the usual size (about 11″ high), but two of my first attempts at larger versions […]
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A set of dinnerware is the most labor and materials intensive project I can take on. For instance, it takes seven to eight pounds of clay to make just one 12 inch dinner plate. By contrast, I can make seven mugs from that clay. The same plate also eats up a lot of kiln space. […]
I’ll be selling a new batch of mugs at Vine from Friday, April 10th through Friday, April 17th. Most of them came out of a very nice, mid-March kiln firing at St Pete’s Morean Center for Clay. Last week, some examples of the sale mugs were integrated into the Vine stock sitting atop the refrigerated […]
I delivered 11 new mugs to Vine last week, rotating the same number out of the mix. All the mugs came out of a very nice, mid-March kiln firing at St Pete’s Morean Center for Clay. The best results occurred in what I’m calling the “Graphic” and “Shino Blacksplash” mugs, captured in the front and […]