I spent my last class at The Clay Studio this Summer glazing and glazing. We have to have everything off our shelves and ready to be fired by the end of the week. And because it was the last class, we all brought food to “celebrate.” Since it is a morning class, I brought doughnuts. Or I had planned to bring doughnuts. I made the mistake of leaving them in a plastic bag on the counter last night. When I got to them this morning, they were crushed to crumbs and there was a hole ripped in the bag. The culprit?
Boris came to live with us exactly one year ago and he has gone from a timid, scared jumpy cat who sleeps all the time into a little feisty feline felon. This is his house now and he is not about to let us forget it.
On to the pottery
The above pieces are white porcelain with underglaze surface decoration. They’ll get glazed with a clear satin matte glaze.
The pieces below are nerikomi fired at cone 6 and unglazed.
I plan to take more classes at The Clay Studio, but in the Fall, I am returning to Fleisher.