The more I look at it, the more the green really contrasts beautifully with the brown pot. Again a slightly different type of ivy… it’s in the coloration of the leaves. it might have been my imagination, but it felt like this one started growing as soon as it was transplanted to this pot. I’m not complaining, and I love how full it looks.

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 – 3.5″ (89mm) x D – 3.5″ (89mm) 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 @ HTTPS://1-MARIO-PERRON.PIXELS.COM AND MORE TRANSFORMATIONS @ WWW.RENMINDS.ORG

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