Hiatus: Going To Texas!
I'm taking a break! Headed to Texas for 6 weeks to swim in the lake,…read more →
The Exciting And Enthusiastic Effects Of Collaboration
I've admired the artistic talents of Tara Dyson Holland for several years now. She has…read more →
Barrel Fire Love – A Body Of Work
I joined a group to exhibit at the Murwillumbah Art Trail this year, which turned out…read more →
Wow! What A Successful Workshop! Malcolm Greenwood’s Workshop Extraordinaire!
(As a note, this post is probably best viewed on your computer, not your phone.)…read more →
Beer And Charity – Always Pulls A Crowd! Best Market Stall EVER!
I've done lots of markets. They are tons of work, prep, frustration...and sometimes with low…read more →
Frustrating 16 Hour Firing! But…Great Results!
Firing a gas kiln in reduction successfully requires learning your kiln's moods, character, quirks, and…read more →
Refires…Do They Work, Look Better?
Refiring work is risky...it can warp, bloat, run, look worse...OR it can look so much…read more →
How To Barrel Fire Your Pottery
I love alternative firing of pottery. It's so alive, visceral, earthy and unpredictable. It's also…read more →
Am I Crazy? Copper Red Glazes Versus Simple Oxidation Glazes
I find it so interesting what the buying public likes! I have tried really hard…read more →
How To Make A Living From Your Ceramics: Malcolm Greenwood Workshop
A couple of years ago, I attended a workshop at the Gold Coast Potter's Association…read more →
I’ve admired the artistic talents of Tara Dyson Holland for several years now. She has a quirky, humorous take on the world and it shows in her art – lots…read more →
(As a note, this post is probably best viewed on your computer, not your phone.) Sometimes words just don’t do justice to what you are trying to describe. For the…read more →
I’ve done lots of markets. They are tons of work, prep, frustration…and sometimes with low traffic, few sales, and little interest. However! Last weekend, that was not the case! It…read more →
I find it so interesting what the buying public likes! I have tried really hard to master high-fire cone 10 reduction glazes, especially copper reds, chuns, and the old Oriental…read more →