The creeping vine lend us the name for this transformation. I’m still trying to figure out why all but a few of these survive transplanting.

The pot is from a series made in terracotta clay, fired at cone 6 (which is why they were no longer really red. This clay body is meant for a lower temperature firing). I painted the inside with a powder blue underglaze, brushed the outside with red iron oxide, and gave the whole thing a dip in clear glaze.

Dimensions: W – 3″ (77mm) x D – 3″ (77mm) x H – 4″ (102mm)

Available to own for $50 (plus shipping and handling)

You can find images of the pots by themselves at Arts M.Perron @ And more Transformations @

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