Pots In

Running a quick load of pots thru the kiln.

As I do more and more work painting at the wet stages my glazing process has really streamlined.  I’m feeling a little “easy bake” about this kiln load and wondering if I’ll end up being OK with it.   While the mugs up front are just clear glaze over white slip on terra cotta – the back row of pitchers have quite a lot going on under there.

I’ll shoot them as finished pots for a before and after.

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1 Response to “Pots In”


  1. 1 Ron Philbeck November 1, 2008 at 7:38 am

    Looking forward to seeing these fired.


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