Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Oh, girl...

 We hope you are fine when you get finished burning up these pots.
Mark is out there now finishing up his day with Ms. B.
As far as I can tell there has been no real problems between the two of them.
Fingers crossed that something good comes out of this relationship.

Mark made, glazed and fired this with out me as I was working on some tiles that needed to be made, glazed and fired.
It was interesting to split our work and go different directions for awhile.

There are times I wonder as we move into a new phase of working if this will become more of the norm for us.

Mark has several glaze test in this firing that he as interested in trying.
I look forward to seeing how they worked in this kiln.

I am not sure on how long this will have to cooled, but I am sure we will share the results with you.

I thought I would try growing some of these in the woods on the front side of the house.
What do you think?
Do you think we should plant a row?

The weather has been fabulous.
 I hope that we are all having some signs of spring.


Dennis Allen said...

Plant a bunch of those vases. Full sun so they can shine. When you named Ms. B did it stand for beautiful? No need to explain what it stands for now.

cookingwithgas said...

Here is why she is Ms. B
Because when she is good she is Queen B and when she is bad she is little.. bit*h...we love her but she is like all kids..when she is good she is very, very good, when she is bad....

Trish said...

YES...plant, plant,plant..:), then show us the results.. B for beautiful!.T.

Karen (formerly kcinnova) said...


Linda Starr said...

anxious to see the glaze tests and I too hope this weather holds, I am loving seeing all that is blooming out this time of year.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

few things more fun than glaze tests, esp. if some of them work out :)

Susan Wells said...

Soooo neat and tidy!

Lori Buff said...

Oh yes, plant bunches of them.

I'll cross my fingers for a good firing for you all.

smartcat said...

Plant pots so little ones will grow. I love seeing pots outside in the spring!