around the other day while I was cooking pots and they were kind
enough to photograph and film the process for me.
I do most of my work while they are not here and photography
is something I find just about impossible when I am in action cooking
because I am far more concerned about fire, smoke and water
than holding a camera.
Here is a few all cleaned up with a 20c piece so you can see how teeny they are.
Even though they are tiny I can only fit 4 tiny or 2 not so tiny pots
in the little raku ( "Rocket") kiln at a time.
So they are not so small in terms of time and effort
These little porcelain gems
are in the big electric kiln ( "Harry" ) as I write this post
with pretty coloured glass that I collected in out back NSW
hehehe they look like bowls of sweets :)
Now a sneak peek at one of the smaller pieces
that I will have in our up coming exhibition
in our blood
Just to wet your appetite and maybe see you there (if you can)!
Pit fired 'Garlic Pot' with grasses and textile basketry
Now go check out the Mud Colony
nice work happening over there :)