Bisque, not Tomato…

A glazin’ we will go, a glazin’ we will go… finished up my second bisque and stared glazing. A couple of shots of bisqueware. The second one is an attempt to show detail but since there’s not much contrast to begin with, I’m not sure if it’s worth putting up here. Anyway, hope to fire a glaze load sometime this week and see how some of my experiments worked out.


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9 Responses to “Bisque, not Tomato…”

  1. gary Says:

    oh man…………………………………………………….cannot wait to see some POTS!

  2. Gordo Says:

    Wow. JIm, we have to talk. How likely would it be for one of these to survive a trip through the mail?

  3. Meredith Says:

    love the detail and your “little one” is just too darn cute!

  4. Amy H Says:

    okay, how do you create that depth on the surface? I’ve been wondering… it’s gorgeous.

  5. Barbara Edwards Says:

    Really elegant bowl shape and incredible design and texture – detail is great. I’m glad you included it, but I can’t shake the picture of bright red soup inside . . .

  6. Michael Mahan Says:

    Beautiful work Jim. I’m also wondering about your impressions.


  7. Alex Solla Says:

    Are these impressions or are they shellac and washed off resisted areas? Really looks awesome. Depending on how high you plan to fire, these would be great with soluble salts too. Then again, with kids in the studio… skip the soluble stuff. Not worth the risk. Very cool pots!

  8. Becky Says:

    Wonderful surface deco. Love your pots and your blog. (Sofia totally rocks!)

  9. cynthia Says:

    Wow – gorgeous bowl – I love all the texture!

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