Monthly Archives: April 2014

Free-Flowing Flowers

Oh, how I long to be free to just flow with the undulations of the day– the rising and setting of the sun, the passing of the clouds. Right now, I can’t just flow. I have to be locked into … Continue reading

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Proteas in the Blaaaaaaauwwwww Kiln!

  That was a snapshot of my studio shelf earlier this morning. Those pieces are all now in a bisque firing in our new Blaauw kiln. I have been working with a new flower theme lately– plants from the Proteaceae … Continue reading

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Headachingly intricate flowers: my newest muse

I started drawing this magnolia flower before my trip to Milwaukee for #NCECA2014 and didn’t finish it until last week. I left it home while I was away on the trip, and didn’t pick it up for a few days … Continue reading

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Glaze Testing: Copper Blue?

Sometimes, I get what I want from a glaze: And sometimes I don’t. Yes, I know it is possible to obtain a beautiful blue glaze with additions of copper carbonate at cone 10 because I have two copper blue glaze … Continue reading

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