6.01.2010

From the kiln...

Just a few quick images from the kiln. These bottles below where my favorites from this last firing. I think I'll keep these and enter them in a show. Guess its time to look through all those prospectives I sent away for last month! This is one of the cream and sugar sets I was working on. I still hate tray. Guess I need to find some great potter who loves making trays and take a workshop with them.
If your wondering what the little dish in the middle is for..well, everyone needs a tooth-pick.

Nice set a tumblers here. Someone asked for some smaller ones for their bathroom so I scaled these down a bit.

Last but not least is a teapot that I've grown found of. Well the shape is really what I like. Its hard to find a teapot shape that you like and works well. I think this one might be it for a while. I'll have to make some more next month.
I"m off to bed. I'm looking forward to getting on the other side of next Monday.

6 comments:

Terri Kennedy said...

These are BEAUTIFUL!!!

FetishGhost said...

Beautiful!
I love the backdrop of a well used studio to shoot your work against, gives it that fresh out of the kiln look.

JUDI TAVILL said...

really great...
the dish could be for splenda too... plates?

Jen Mecca said...

Hey Judi,
Half the plates did come out. Is there a color you want? Send me a note on facebook and I'll take some quick shots for you. The other half is going back in the kiln this evening. jen

Connie said...

Wow, I'm amazed how fast you got these glazed. i wish my process was faster. Oh well. I like your tray. But it doesn't have as much your special treatment on it, as do the cream and sugar.

ejay said...

Really love the design...The last picture (green tea pot)really impressed me..it seem like made by jade stone, i have this kind of interest with chinese and japanese art of pottery actually , just started a blog about japanese pottery markings, http://japanese-pottery-markings.blogspot.com/ , some of the design is really beautiful, might give u ideas for your next projects :) , btw luv ur works!