The Best of Sawdust and Dirt
A record of the goings on around Michael Kline Pottery!
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firing were the double dipped RJB slip with wax
resist like this pitcher. it's always nice when a little
fly ash melts on a pot's shoulder.
this was the only pitcher that i made during this brief session
pots. I use new motifs on as many pots aas I can to see how they work on various forms
that Shane Mickey gave me a long time ago) is the only
glass that seems to be compatible with the slip only surfaces. Thanks Shane!
the little orange spot at about eight o'clock
came from a flask that had fallen onto the jar during the firing.
We had a nice crowd for the first viewing of PBS's Craft in America over at Penland tonight and afterwards Alex Matisse and I unbricked the door of my kiln to get the first view of the pots in Numero 32! It looked pretty good to me so far. I was too tired to unload the kiln so I will wait till morning. Here are a few snapshots of the stack.