These pieces were completed sometime in the month of June. I don’t remember precisely when, but anyway, they’re my final pieces from the spring term at the pottery studio. I’m now taking two months off of production work in order to focus instead on taking a class and refining some techniques. I won’t be making more pieces for sale or barter until after the High Holy Days in September.
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These pieces were completed in the very last week of May and the first week of June.
These pieces were completed in late May 2010.
These pieces were completed in the latter half of May 2010.
These pieces were completed in May 2010.
The following pottery was show at the Ayerton Arts Demo in May 2010.
I made a set of feastware for a lovely woman, Ann of Walton Woods. She particularly liked a sample piece of mine that she saw, and mentioned with great warmth the rim of warm, rustic brown caused by the running of Mottled Red under Celestial Blue. I took great pains to achieve that brown rim. As it turned out, though, I’d misunderstood her enthusiasm for that brown rim as an indication that she wanted it herself.
This is a set of feastware that I made for my own use in historical re-enactment. I say I made it, but it’s not entirely true. The cups with handles, I didn’t make. Someone else made them as test pieces, bisque-fired them, and decided she didn’t like them, so she put them on the “free to a good home” pile. I took the pieces and glazed them to go with my set. The glazes are Mottled Red all over, and Caramel for part of the rim and/or inside of each piece.
These pieces were completed in January 2010.