Shifting Gears

It often takes me a few years to get around to put what I know is a good idea into motion… this weeks current example deals with larger works.

 

I’ve been a dipper for years, gimme a bucket of glaze and I’m set… but at larger scales I simply can’t afford to whip-up big enough batches to dip effectively and pouring just hasn’t proved to be reliable. It’s been one of the factors that has been limiting the scale that I work with.
The above work came out of the kiln this morning and a major change is afoot…

 

 

 I’m finally giving an air gun a go… REVOLUTIONARY!
This is in a last minute effort to create a new body of work for this weekends block party, (more on that later). With the death of Half Pint last week, I pulled the pity card and rented Bruce Cadman’s kiln for two weeks.

 

 

It small, but so far, it’s keeping me dancing! Better dance quick cuz it’s going home real soon.
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