Brushing on a colored underglaze is the last step before these little trays are set on a shelf to dry.
Iris Bowl – or more commonly known as the “chip n dip”. Sometimes, the glazes just do unexpected things. That’s the sun, reflected in the center. Photo taken today, on the brick in Downtown Boston.
Paper thin cantaloupe bowls.
A couple of my newest wine cups, thrown on the wheel and carved, with an icy blue glaze on the inside.
New sgraffito birch tree cups – great for that evening glass of wine…
This is a plate that I made using a rubber block that my daughter carved for a printmaking project when she was in 5th grade.
“When the Japanese mend broken objects they aggrandize the damage by filling the cracks with gold, because they believe that when something’s suffered damage and has a history it becomes more beautiful.” – Barbara Bloom