I fired some new bowls and added them to my bowls of fate gallery.
I had a friend stop by the studio and I showed him my new work of sculptural bowls. I don’t have the series completed yet, but he walked out with this one. This piece was carved very deeply to form
I don’t just make tea bowls. Here are two nice pieces that just came out of the kiln last week.Can you guess how big the mixing bowl is? When I get the proportions just right, the piece looses all sense
This bowl is finished with an iron oxide wash on the outside. I love how every mark including finger prints show up when pots are finished this way. The inside has my matte white glaze just far enough over the
I quick photo of current work since I haven’t posted in awhile. As you can see, I have started carving the inside of bowls too. On low flat forms, the texture and pattern is very strong, but you can’t see
Enjoyment of pottery is a tactile experience as well as a visual one. This makes it hard to fully appreciate pottery online. One way to show touch is to exaggerate the texture on the pot so that it jumps off