Greg, Joe, and Melissa take a break.
One of Kim's pots that I like.
The sky was a lot more friendly today.
First, the bird goes on a small sawdust "nest"...
Next, the horsehair is applied...
As more horsehair is applied, the patterns form...
Now multiply by twenty-four!
(or Four and Twenty if you prefer...)
Pete was busy making his really tall shape.
I really like it and the decoration works very nicely.
Chuck was working on his tall series.
I like this for completely different reasons.
This is the previous one he threw.
I love the fluidity of this form.
It looks like we caught it in mid-wave in moving water.
Greg raku'd this fine looking couple that are joined into one piece.
It took him hours to layer on his glazes and it makes for rich results
that have a a lot of depth and subtle details.