fresh pots…

these little fellers just came out of the kiln yesterday.  the images should get cleaned up a bit in the coming weeks – but we’re informal here:

some of these pots will be available at Baltimore Clayworks Winterfest, some will be in the CCC Holiday Show and the rest will come on the road with me as I visit family, teachers and friends.



4 Responses to “fresh pots…”

  1. 1 jim October 29, 2009 at 7:55 am

    beautiful pieces as always… i totally dig the yellow spots with the black halo around them, yum

  2. 2 Michael October 29, 2009 at 8:55 am

    Great collection! As always I enjoy seeing you go that extra mile on your surfaces. I like the grids in these too. Way to go!

  3. 3 judy Shreve October 30, 2009 at 7:22 am

    these are truly luscious – love the drippy – fluid look to the surface — and the colors! Sweet!

  4. 4 Connie November 11, 2009 at 9:52 am

    Your images and pots are beautiful. I own one of your cups from many years ago. I think you may have been a resident at CCC then. Albion showed it to me, then I had to have it.
    Next time I’m in the Valley I would love to get a Colby cup.

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Detail from Pitcher - 9.o9

lunch plate ; circa 2oo9

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