|14 washing cups & more (with a tulipiere hiding in back)|
|Assembling the kiln load on the floor of the kiln room to assess|
|Made by candlelight one day during the Superstorm Sandy power outage. Apropos!|
|Good form, I think. Very reminiscent of the seashore.|
the previous post) were mostly glazed like these above, kind of a salt-glaze effect. It's a browner color than I expected, due to my red glaze being over the darker clay I used in the week after Superstorm Sandy. For contrast, below is a similar piece, same glaze, on white clay. Quite a difference! I like the one below a lot.
|Red glaze on white clay. Liking.|
But I'm sure about these below- they're very nice!
|Liking the color combination...|
|Similar forms, yet different|
I'm playing with snakeskin texture on these (below) thrown-slab vessels. Black underglaze under red glaze. Hmm...jury is still out.
Looking down into the bottom of the kiln after unloading the rest...Don't want to subject the tulipieres to thermal shock so they are not yet unloaded. They are sculptural pieces, thrown and assembled from various parts. I will let them cool in the kiln.
|Tulipieres...and cups. Complex design next to simple.|