Before I tell you what I have been working on, doesn't my breakfast look absolutely scrumptious in this delightful Erin Paradis bowl?
I am convinced that great food tastes even better when eaten out of great pottery. I picked up this new bowl at Crimson Laurel Gallery while I was doing my studio assistantship this spring at Penland School of Crafts. Erin's work is delightfully inspiring!
Working with Kathy King for two months inspired my use and love of black. I forgot to take good pictures of the dinnerware set I made in black and white so now I am making some more pieces. These will get a coat of satin matte glaze. I can't wait to see how they turn out!
And here are a few more of my "Nirvana Bowls," as I called them on my Kickstarter project. I didn't realize they would be so popular so I am trying out a few different bowl forms and a few different clays. One is Cone 6 Porcelain from IMCO and the other is Icelia Porcelain from Clay Planet. Both of these fire at cone 5-6 so I will be trying out some different celadon-like glazes. My other bowls were fired in cone 10 reduction so I am looking to see what I can do with them at cone 6. Fun stuff! My progress has been a bit slow, but at least I am making things:)