Pots in their new homes
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Yearly Archives: 2012
Snow Falls by John Tams. Beautifully describes the cycle of the year. I heard it sung recently by The Feral Choir at their Forgotten Carols concert. If you ever happen to be in or around Castle Douglas just before Christmas … Continue reading
Here for you is the last slip trailing of 2012. This is about 17″ diameter and is an order for a customer. It is sitting in the workshop now drying out over the next wee while. I am having at … Continue reading
Finished! A commission that I had really enjoyed working on, the lady it is for shared my sense of humour I think. These are to go above a door way, one on each side of the wall. Chuckle.
My Jubilee Charger has been installed in it’s new home and is happy I think amongst a Silver Jubilee plate by I think Mr John Hudson and a Harry Juniper harvest jug.
Slipware Harvest Jug, mono print Tonight the moon is just a tiny slither of itself, the air is as still as still can be and bitterly cold, there are stars but still it’s almost pitch dark. I stood out there, … Continue reading
Paul and I have been away for a couple of days to Alnwick over on the north east coast of England. I have I feel been doing nothing but gallivanting for the last few weeks and it is probably quite … Continue reading
It feels like weeks ago that I told you I was heading off for a few days to the supposedly sunny south west of England. I spent the first three days on a course with Nic Collins which was really … Continue reading
Second glaze kiln out with happy new pots in it. Can I breathe a sigh of relief? Well I don’t quite want to risk it yet but what it does mean is that some of these new wee plates are … Continue reading
This week I have taken pots out of the kiln finished with lovely, shiny, rich, glowing, melted, still attached to the pot glazes. The detail above is of the Pineapple / Bush / Artichoke plate. I’m going with the artichoke … Continue reading