The Shark Method…

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My friend used to call it that… eat, swim, eat, swim, decorate pots, eat, swim. But unloading kilns sure is fun. I usually don’t look forward to bisque firings so much, just hoping nothing broke (none did), but I had some new kinds of things combined on the same piece and was anxious to see what they looked like white and with the colored slip ones, how dark the slip was. Top picture is a couple bowls with interior decoration (back breakers), the others are bisqued… two with colored slip and one not. Another bisque next week hopefully and on to glazing.

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6 Responses to “The Shark Method…”

  1. gary Says:

    GORGEOUS baby!

  2. Gordo Says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  3. Barbara Edwards Says:

    These are really beautiful even in the bisqued state which is usually not beautiful. Love the rich ocher color.

  4. Jeff Campana Says:

    When I saw a bowl of yours at the KMAC store, I thought you must’ve used some sort of resist and a sponge. These are stunning. Like a topographical map of some doodles? Glad to (sort of) meet a fellow long-hours potter.

  5. Joel Blum Says:

    Gotta love the bisque…

  6. Michael Kline Says:

    Nicest bisque I’ve seen in a while!

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