Brushing on a colored underglaze is the last step before these little trays are set on a shelf to dry.
A new platter, ready to be bisque fired.
Another paper thin cantaloupe bowl in the bone dry stage – the stage I like best.
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.
A forest of birch trees – cups in the bone dry stage.
Some antique sugar molds I bought at a flea market this past Sunday – great for holding my clay tools.