Spin art bowls with carved bottoms. Food safe and ready to hold delicious meals!
Close ups of spin art bowls.
King Oswald getting to know my work. Up close and personal.
Out of the kiln. Ready for glaze.
Trying out some new glaze techniques. Excited to see how they turn out after final firing with a clear coat.
Spin art glaze striations.
Layers on layers. We’ll see which colors peep through after fire with a clear coat.
Glaze spin art experiment.
My glaze palette.
Super high speed glazing! Experimenting with glaze overlapping.
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All packed in for bisk.
Been casting at least one round almost everyday.
spockarita asked: Hey there! I was wondering how you hang your installations? I'm looking for different ideas on how to hang installations and was wondering if I could get a few ideas from you! It would be such a great help!
Depends on what I’m hanging, but mostly I rely on some strong fishing line and a solid nail or hook in the wall.
If I know a piece is going to be hung when it’s done I’ll try to make sure there is a way to string it up or otherwise hang it while I construct it.
This is why I need my own kiln.