Friday, December 16, 2011


Vessel oriented ceramic objects, or pots depending on how up or down market you want to sound.  Still working out the kinks with the new camera.  So here are some of the latest attempts at photographing some of  pots from the fall burn.
~Make good pots
There is a puddle of green glass in this bowl. This is from the bowl being filled with ash during the firing and then melting at the end of the firing. 

These two plates were from a stack of plates. The shino and ash had some good drama as they played with each other. 

This is a teabowl from the back of the kiln. It's made of a mid fire red clay and brushed with a slip. It has a nice warm feeling.

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Cambria Pottery said...

The bowl is lovely and reminds me of the movement of seacucmbers.

Laura said...

Really the bowl is wonderful!

Linda Starr said...

great bowl.

Craig Edwards said...

Thanks for the kind words. There never seem to be enough good pots... always one short. Bad pots, now that's a different matter, always one to many.
make good pots

Joe Troncale said...

I'm laughing at your "never enough good pots"! How true is that! How critical we are of our own work! How hard is it to "get it right'?

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