Category Archives: slip tests

Lots to see.

It rained today! How big does that plant pot look!? These are to upside down tea bowls for Potfest. Ron mentioned that Doug says he doesn’t make tea bowls thinking they’re not really an earthenware pot and I agree, I … Continue reading

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It's a small world but I wouldn't like to paint it.

This morning I was flicking through some old glaze notebooks looking for some information that I thought Blogger Andrew might be interested in and I came across this printed sheet I’d obviously used at uni. The word “Shelby” jumped out … Continue reading

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Plates plates plates

Spent the morning redecorating the studio with a splatter look in black slip in an effort to sieve a large bucket of the substance. It’s so lovely to use freshly sieved slip, it’s such a lovely feeling and very tasty. … Continue reading

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