Since the Potters’ Guild has had to cancel the spring sale and since I have a lot of pieces sitting in my studio that were made with spring in mind, I decided to offer some here.
I’m posting the piece and the price. It you are interested, please pop me an email and we can work out details of how to get it in your hands and process payment. Ideally, I like checks. I can leave packages for pickup or ship, or we can wait till we are all freer to move about.
The idea for these first pieces woke me in the night, thoughts of organic bits of tree and bark with the birds. They’re SO fun to make and I’m calling them Tree Huggers. They hang on the wall with a wire. They are all raku-fired.
The following are shallow bowls, raku-fired. Raku work is not food safe or water tight, though you could put oranges or nuts etc. in the ware.
These raku bunnies will be happy in the garden till frost. I don’t want to even try shipping on these.
Fairy houses just make me smile. I make them with what’s left of clay at the end of a work session. These are raku-fired and most have a hole for hanging on a wall or tree. They can go out of doors, but should be brought indoors before it freezes.
Here are a few jars. I never plan to make jars, but they sometimes ask to be made.
There are a number of this floral series on the shelves, but most are cups and tumblers and will just have to wait for the next sale. Sad, because they are SO springy!
And finally, a few larger tiles.
If you have made it all the way down here, I am impressed and grateful to you for taking the time.