Friday, 10 February 2017

Cracking on

My objective this winter was to get five distinct lines of pots set up before the season kicks off again. I've really got into the creative process and now don't want to stop. I haven't painted now for about 6 weeks and being an artist is now just a distant memory.


This is a glaze I call Tex over Temnoku, it originates from a copper red glaze that I copied out of Ceramic review back in the Jurassic. It no longer has copper in it and if it did it would come out of my electric kiln a greenish colour. 

Bailey's red with a blue chun drizzle on a crude butter dish. I made a simple hump mould for this butter dish lid and press the plate out using a piece of wood and furniture foam. The result is very rustic but has a lovely friendly feel. It makes me smile anyway...

Copper slip with trailed clay over the top... so simple.


Copper green over a Nepheline syenite wash, wax resist and some Cobalt/Iron pigment. This is quite a complex method and has taken a while to get it just so. This is definitely a direction I want to go.


Olive oil pourers, slip painted.

Salt and peppers


Bailey's red Persimmon glaze oil pourer

Sauce boat made from a bottle shape.

Mug trees

 


























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