Friday, July 3, 2009

3 slabs

Just finished 3 slab pots, the smallest is 3" square, the largest is 12" and is 4" deep


Linda Starr said...

Hi, so nice to come across your blog. Love the pots you are making for your plants. I came from Anthony Foo's blog since you mentioned you handbuild and like Black Mountain and Cassius - I love the dark clays too. Did you fire your Black Mountain paperclay pots posted below yet? I am curious how did you add the paper and what type did you use? I am anxious to try paperclay myself as I handbuild too. Interesting, did you say you assemble your pieces when they are almost dry? I have never tried this. I look forwarding to reading more of your posts. I'll add you to my blogroll. Thanks.

Linda Starr said...

I broused the rest of your blog and had my questions answered. You have some really spectacular pots and unique glazes - going back to read more, thx.

Kitoi said...

Thank you for the kind words Linda!
I think I have about 10 or so black mountain pclay pots to bisque, will fire on Friday and report back. There are so many that make pots for C&S and wanted to try to create something different. BTW, I'm preparing some cassius pclay this week.