News from around the studio
It has been a year since I did the final firing in my old high fire reduction kiln after 46 years of use, and started a new chapter in my career with mid-range firings in an electric kiln. The past year has been one of exploration of new forms, techniques, and glaze colours. I'm quite excited by the new possibilities developing, and look forward to the days ahead in the studio.
This square-ish vase came out of the electric kiln at the beginning of the month. The geometric pattern was incised into the surface when it was leather hard. After the bisque firing different colour glazes were inlayed into the pattern, and it was fired to cone six.
We are noticing some early signs of spring during our daily walks. With the current situation of self-isolation, my wife and I are taking long walks along our rural roads, and creating at home. All the best to everyone for happy, healthy days!
I have frequent updates about my work on Instagram
I recently had a conversation with Paul Blais for his podcast The Potters Cast
. We talked about my life as a potter, and the joy of new challenges. Here is a link to the podcast interview
See you next month! Keep well!