Bowls

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Etched Yellow Bowl with Blue SlipEtched Green BowlEtched Light Yellow BowlEtched Yellow Bowl with Blue SlipEtched Green BowlEtched Yellow Bowls with Blue Slip2 Etched Green Bowls

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3 Responses to “Bowls”

  1. soubriquet Says:

    I really like these, especially the bowl on the bottom left. Hanging in space, the taller footring sets it aloof from the surface below.
    I’m interested to know how long all that fine detail decoration takes? I confess, I’m too impatient to do that, or am I? I guess I wasn’t always, used to spend long hours carving porcelain surfaces, but I think I couldn’t do it now.
    Which makes me all the more appreciate these.
    Keep on blogging and posting pictures!

  2. Lynda Says:

    Here via Gary Rith… he’s right… your art is spectacular!

  3. shannon Says:

    Hi Jim,
    These bowls are amazing, intriguing objects. I’d love to know a bit more about how you came to make them- why do you fire porcelain at cone 6? Is it to get the soft, lovely colour?

    Dad’s who pot and blog are a rare and fascinating breed! Thanks so much for the blogging and potting (and Dadding)

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