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  1. Here is a flyer for my upcoming workshop in Italy in Sept. 2017 This is a 5 -day intensive workshop in the countryside of Tuscany, with great food provided, relaxing atmosphere, and good company. Reasonably priced. Friends or partnerscan be accommodated. An additional opportunity to travel for 3 nights to Faenza and Ravenna can be added. The International ceramics Museum has a huge collection from all over the world http://www.micfaenza.org and Ravenna is just amazing http://goitaly.about.com/od/ravennaitaly/a/ravenna.htm flyer3 2017LA.pdf flyer3 2017LA.pdf
  2. obvarafingertrailweyes copy

    From the album July 2016 some favorite results

    finger trails on surface and then covered with sodium silicate and stretched out.
  3. cracklesquares.jpg

    From the album avatar

    Close up of two obvara fired surfaces
  4. anne lightwood.jog

    From the album Scottish Potters Association workshop

    Anne was a member of the Scottish Potters Association for several decades. Her leadership is missed. We used her kiln as very respectful reverence. Her recent death was a great loss to the group. It was an honor to include her kiln in our processes.
  5. Moira.jpg copy

    From the album Scottish Potters Association workshop

    we fired in Moira's garden along the side of her house, with the cemetery and Argyle mausoleum behind us and the Holy Loch in front of us.
  6. kilnunrooster

    From the album Scottish Potters Association workshop

    Nice rooster from the obvara firing
  7. Kilnunfoilsaggars

    From the album Scottish Potters Association workshop

    fired foil saggar pieces cooling in the kiln
  8. From Sept. workshop and home firings 2015

    From the album New 2015 Obvara

    combed and crackled with sodium silicate in obvara
  9. large foil saggar orb

    From the album saggar, horse hair, feathers, foil saggars, Obvara

    This was my favorite of the recently 18 fired pieces
  10. foilgroupMay2015

    From the album saggar, horse hair, feathers, foil saggars, Obvara

    recently fired foil saggar pieces
  11. obvara11.3:15copy

    From the album New 2015 Obvara

    A few pieces from my first Obvara firing of the year. This one is 10.5 inches
  12. obvara12.3:15copy

    From the album New 2015 Obvara

    A few pieces from my first Obvara firing of the year.
  13. Obvara6 3:15copy

    From the album New 2015 Obvara

    A few pieces from my first Obvara firing of the year.
  14. obvara5.1 3:15copy

    From the album New 2015 Obvara

    A few pieces from my first Obvara firing of the year.
  15. obvara3 3:15copy

    From the album New 2015 Obvara

    A few pieces from my first Obvara firing of the year.
  16. Large Orb

    From the album New from August 2014

    Large orb fired in an aluminum foil saggar
  17. cufoil copy

    From the album New from August 2014

    copper sulphate base
  18. FeClFoil copy

    From the album New from August 2014

    using iron chloride and copper chloride in aluminum saggar
  19. saggargreenblush2 copy

    From the album New from August 2014

    seaweed in saggar
  20. SaggarLargenecked copy

    From the album New from August 2014

    ceramic saggar fired
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