Christmas Kiln Push

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Above is a photo of some plates that I made during the summer. I drew the rhododendron flowers in a diagonal pattern on the plate instead of how they naturally appear. I remember how gorgeous and overwhelming it was to see tall bushes completely covered in bright pink flowers in Massachusetts in the spring. I saw them in Australia, too, but they were different there.

My kiln is getting closer to being hooked up. It is getting a new wire leading to the garage. It will be cold, but it the most logical place to keep it. I’ve been working on Christmas mug commissions, and most of them are done, bone dry, and ready to load in a bisque firing. I have one last tedious mug to make. I might be able to fire my kiln by the end of the week! It will be a big push to get the mugs done by Christmas, but if I can fire the kiln by next weekend, it might be possible. Otherwise, they will be late Christmas gifts…

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About clayhead33

I am a potter-- I love to draw, play guitar, cook yummy food... and just have fun in general. I love to make a difference with my work, even something as small as inspiring a fellow artist :)
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