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 →
Wanna See What Came Out Of The Kiln? Cone 10 Reduction and Copper Red Glazes
I've spent alot of time lately in the world of Raku. However, now I am…read more →
Sometimes Its The Little Things…That Sell!
I've noticed that people LOVE to buy! Even if it just some little something! So…read more →
The Raku Workshop held recently at my studio/barn was a great success. We had a…read more →
How To Make A Raku Kiln Out Of An Old Electric Kiln
I'm doing a Raku Workshop this coming weekend. Pretty exciting, as it is the first…read more →
Grinding Your Pots Feet: A Great Solution!
When at NCECA in Kansas City, 2016, I bought several products from CI Products . Amazing!!!…read more →
Australian Ceramics Open Studios (ACOS) + North Coast Mud Trail 2016
Wow! What an amazing weekend! Here is a video of the set up and property…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 →
A couple of years ago, I attended a workshop at the Gold Coast Potter’s Association given by Malcolm Greenwood. See that post HERE. It was life-changing…so many great tricks of…read more →
I’ve spent alot of time lately in the world of Raku. However, now I am back in the World of Cone 10 Glazes! I have retried a Greg Daly recipe…read more →
I’m doing a Raku Workshop this coming weekend. Pretty exciting, as it is the first one I’ve done at my studio. I’ve had an old kiln that we bought years…read more →
Sometimes I think that looking at everyone else’s work on Facebook and Instagram is counter-productive. I find myself second guessing why I’m making what I’m making, wondering if I should…read more →