Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Shino yunomi




Here are a few yunomi that came out of the last firing, it's the typical wood ash on shino, a nice reliable combination. These and small bowls and cups are the real backbone of the firing. They pay for wood and clay etc. There is a storm headed this way today... so better get to it. Maybe 1-2 feet of snow and 20-60 MPH, we shall see if they are right about this. Make good pots!
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12 comments:

Jerry said...

Fantastic!!

Hollis Engley said...

Lovely and simple pots there, Craig. Good luck with the snow.

Craig Edwards said...

Thanks Jerry and Hollis! I used a rib that I picked up in Korea and was knocking around in my toolbox for a couple of years, and the kiln did the rest.
The snow is starting to come down now.. fine sugary snow. Plenty of firewood and marshmallows for the hot chocolate.

Linda Starr said...

Great yunomi and shinos, stay warm and be careful and happy holidays to you.

Amy said...

Yunomis are my favorite form. Please send some snow to Charlotte, NC. Merry Christmas!

Doug said...

Very nice flashing & ash - a lot of good pots! Looks like we did not get quite as much snow as predicted, but it's beautiful out none the less.

Michael Kline said...

I love the colors and softness of the fire on the pots. Well done.

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