Pots in their new homes
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Monthly Archives: April 2008
Well last night I went for a bit of a jolly jaunt with three friends, Amanda (the glass artist), Helen (our Craft Development Officer and friend of Doug’s) and Elinor (our Visual Arts Development Officer). We went off over the … Continue reading
I don’t like to boast but I just caught this zebra struggling to get a drink out of one of my jugs.
Yippee!! I have unpacked a glaze firing this afternoon and I am a very very happy girl. It’s lovely, did exactly what it should, my glaze is lovely and rich without popping off the pots and all is good with … Continue reading
Well my kiln is full of plant pots and lots of pyrometric cones so as I can see what it is capable of at least. I really need to start getting things through and finished, time is marching on. It … Continue reading
These pots were fresh out of the wood fired Joe Finch fast fire kiln. It was the first time the kiln had been fired and the so the first time that it had been salted, Mark Griffiths and John Jelfs … Continue reading
Ok, where do I begin? I have a feeling this will be a bit of a rambling disjointed entry so please bear with me. The salt glaze weekend was great, I really enjoyed it. I was in a crazy B&B … Continue reading
I’m home and I had a fab weekend and I’m tired and my kiln man was here for nearly 5 hours today bless him, hoping hoping hoping he’s sorted it out, still have to get the electrician out too to … Continue reading
Way before Christmas I saw an advert for a Celebrating salt and soda glaze weekend at Whichford Pottery near Shipston-on-Stour in Warwickshire. Years ago I had an interview, in fact two interviews there for their apprenticeship scheme sadly it was … Continue reading