OK, so it’s not exactly insomnia that rolled me out of bed this morning but a commitment to play bells this morning with my Trinity Episcopal group. And, of course, me being me, always sure that I’ll oversleep or forget that I’m supposed to ring, I calculate when I need to be up and out of bed getting ready, then set the alarm back at least 30 minutes to have a bit of a cushion and hang my vestments next to the coffee pot as a reminder.🛌⏰💤🎶
I’ve a couple of pots to show you all this morning, I apologize if these are a rerun.
Not the same pot, but similar. The first of the rim experiments.
Glazed outside with Amaco Arctic Blue, outer portion of inside glazed with Deep Firebrick, middle portion with Rutile Blue, bottom with Arctic Blue, all Amaco Potter’s Choice glazes. I’m on the fence regarding my glaze choices, I may need to fire a hair lower, like cone 5 instead of 6. It’s growing on me.
My current fave. Glazed with Amaco Firebrick to cone 6.
These are currently in the damp box, slowly becoming ready for the bisque kiln. Our weather has finally cooled, slowing the process, but making it much more pleasant in my
Someday, I’m going to have a studio with running water. The heat I can deal with — turn on a fan and work after the sun goes down. I can handle the winter cold as well with a space heater and a sweater but carrying buckets of water back and forth is tiresome. Someday.
This has been a jam packed few weeks but I plan to take a breather after tomorrow and get caught up on listing pots on Etsy. My shop is ClayDreamsPottery and I’d love to have you stop by!
Never put off till to tomorrow what you can do today. Thomas Jefferson