There I go with that fast finger-publishing before I speak.
Hey- that could be a good thing.
I am a point the camera and hope for the best person.
I don't take professional pictures.
I fumble around until I get something I can work with.
So bear with me.
The pictures are just a few of the pots out of the kiln.
I took more but they were not worth the time it would take to mess with them.
I truly am a candidate for a class.
But- below you will find a pillow pot for the wall glazed in my copper green with a blue wood ash accents on the flowers.
Below that two teapots.
If I can set up a few good shots I will post more.
And if not you will just have to come here to see the rest.
We had a good firing with lots of mugs, tumblers, cream and sugar sets, salt jars, cruets, bowls, vases, teapots and oil lamps.
We started tiles as soon as the kiln was out, sanded, price and up on the shelves for sale.
Mark has plans to tackle a few of these tiles as well.
I can't wait to see what he does with his.
I know what I am going to do with mine.
I also ran over for the open house at StarWorks and picked up samples of the cone 6 clays.
I plan to test those along with the tiles.
I hope I get some good results it would be great to use some local clay.