Thursday, March 4, 2010

Pots from the gas kiln




 



  


  


  


  



Long day- no words just pots......

16 comments:

Ron said...

Those are some beauties! See ya tomorrow.

Tracey Brome said...

No words needed, the pots speak for themselves! Ooooooo Ahhhhhh are the only words necessary :)
I love that pitcher, I think it's my favorite, but who could choose?!

Linda Starr said...

Great surfaces and colors, the pitcher is my favorite too and the darker jar.

Michael Mahan said...

I like them all, but my favorite is the first vase. That last picture of the covered jar looks like the lid is glazed shut. Is it just the picture?

Kim Hines said...

they're all gorgeous, esp that pitcher!

laura weant avery said...

gorgeous as always!! love those rich glazes...

cindy shake said...

What a thrill it must be to open the kiln and see all of this beauty and SUCCESSES!! I'm partial to the 3rd picture of the lovely lidded jar, I like the glaze finish and detail on the top. Just wonderful.

ang said...

stunning!! so it was a great firing then...lovin no. 3

Hollis Engley said...

Good stuff, Meredith. You guys must be happy. Love the ash glaze on that big vase.

Shortstuff said...

The pots speak volumes.

FetishGhost said...

WoW!

Judy Shreve said...

I love all of them! They are so warm & inviting. WOW is right.

Ben Stark said...

I'll take one of each. Thank you. ;)

jimgottuso said...

yum yum yum... lovely pots. that pitcher with the sweepy vines is to die for, what a beauty and the lidded jar right after that too. looks like a long day and a successful couple of days

claygarden said...

And a picture is worth . . . Beautiful! I especially love the lidded pots - great design, detail, and the colors!!

cookingwithgas said...

Thanks you all! Nice to have the feedback.
Still a long weekend- it's not over yet!