Slacker

I’ve been having some computer problems of late and haven’t had an opportunity to write anything about my wood firing last weekend. But I’ve also felt that it would be a better post if I had some photos of the pieces that came out of the firing. As excited as I was to have the […]

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Just For Fun

Check out this “Life List” by way of Lori Buff of Future Relic Gallery. Bold are things I have done. This is just for fun. Copy and paste and put it on your blog. Highlight what you’ve done and change the things you’ve not to a normal font. Hope you enjoy! Started your own blog […]

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Re-do

What they’re supposed to look like Earlier this week, I had several custom pieces in the kiln for a glaze fire. Wouldn’t you know — I had a kiln failure during the slow cool which is essential to create the deep Iron Red colors these pieces were supposed to have. Now the pieces that came […]

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Baby Steps

We take things one step at a time here, always moving forward, but never at a speedy pace. Over a month ago, the kiln was built. Next we need wood and pots to fill it. The pots are coming, but I’ve had a lot on my plate lately and I’m not getting them done as […]

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What I Learned

Remember my kiln shelves beautifully covered with a new coat of kiln wash? I showed them to you in a post a couple weeks ago. Well… here is why I love that kiln wash so much. These are glass like pools of glaze fused to my shelves. What happened??? Apparently the dance I did for […]

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Still waiting

Here’s a fun little ewer from my last firing It hasn’t been a really productive week for me in the studio. I did manage to get most of my kiln repairs completed, but am still waiting for the new vent I ordered. Due to a mix-up with the order it probably won’t be delivered until […]

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Studio Happenings

I haven’t been feeling so good for the last couple weeks so today was really my first opportunity to get some work done in the studio. Over the past couple months; I’ve bisque fired hundreds of pieces. Today, I began glazing and still have a long way to go. A customer who has several horses […]

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