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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Adios Pantalones, Sep 13, 2010.
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I'll be checking your page periodically to see the inventory of mugs!
Or very hot!! Neat shop AP.
The glaze in the next 3 photos is 1/2 red clay I scooped up in South Carolina when I was there on business, and 1/2 woodstove ash
The glaze in the next 2 photos is a Japanese glaze called nuka- it's 1/3 woodstove ash
They're all beautiful, AP. Very nice work. Rick
Cool beans man, true works of art.
Thanks guys- any excuse to have a monster fire.
AP, those are gorgeous. AND, you get to have monster fires too!
Do you ship? Might like to get something for my wife if you do.
Ya, we ship but don't have much in our online store (hard to keep up with that when doing a lot of shows). Let me know what you're interested in, I can get detailed pics
Cool, I'll have to do some investigative work.
I'll check your site too.
Beautiful pottery AP! You are a master! My wife and I took a beginning wheel class a long time ago - we had so much fun. The class was 3 hours in length and that time just flew by. That class gave me a lot of appreciation for you true artists.
It takes practice, like anything- the learning curve is quite steep at the beginning, and I still learn things that make me say "ahah!". I gave my mother inlaw a quick lesson and fired the pot that she made- it was actually something that she could drink tea from.
Wow! Really like the colors you use! Very good taste, and beautiful work ! Has to make you feel great, looking at your work when it's done.