Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Before and After


As it turns out, my bisque firing was a success. The glaze stuck to my pots and went through the Cone 10 firing successfully, and some of the pieces are now on sale in my Etsy shop. Although now that I am looking at the two pots next to each other, there is something sweet and innocent about it being in white. Hmmm... something I will have to explore.

8 comments:

::::Lula Boutique:::: said...

Ooh...I love this!!! Beautiful work!!!

Cherry Lane Jane said...

It turned out beautifully!

I think your right about the white. I would say that you should try that in a white glaze too. There is something classic about white and off white pottery.

Half-an-Acre said...

I bring love to your blog! saw your post in the etsy forums!
lovely things - will check out your whole shop now!

Anonymous said...

I'd love one of these pieces in a deep white... hint ;)

Mixed Species said...

Wow looks great. What causes the small dark speckles? Is it in the glaze or clay?

Alina Hayes said...

Its iron oxide. I sprayed some on after the piece was dipped in glaze.

Ben Stark said...

Hey! I just tagged you!

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Destiny's Creations said...

Wowsers!! This came out beautiful!! I heart your mud :)