grass serving platter
wren serving platter
Nice work!Thanks for the comments on my post. I like what you said about 'different strokes for different folks.' We should all get together and have a throw-a-thon. You should come to Clay Club next month...it's turned more into a party than an actual club meeting.Happy Firing!Joy
WoW what fantastic decoration, they look so real, a real twitchers paradise
They look amazing Kyle. Hope your firing is a good one. Had a tater chip sandwich lately? Sarah's out for the evening so that may be my supper. See ya.
kyle...your painting is "off the chain" as I believe the modern parlance goes. How long do one of those birds take you and what is the wash that you use? It mush be pretty stable huh? just getting started down here at mark. Your stuffs looking great!
Alex, yeah, super stable. it's watered amaco underglaze, applied like watercolor paints. ya know how you can overwork a watercolor painting and it gets really muddy and looks like crap? well, on these pots, you really can't over work it. the salt softens the painting nicely. good luck down in the piedmont. i'm sure you will be worked hard. keep slip trailin' those pots. cheers from asheville.-kyle
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