Sometimes the simplest techniques can reveal amazing results… but only when we let go and stop overthinking it. This is stoneware clay, coiled (not my favourite technique), then pressed into a slump mould bowl. I love rustic work, so I left it as crude as I could. It dried slowly over a week or two, before bisque firing. This glaze was supped to be a matte green version of Pinel green. There may have been contamination in the glaze, as the outer edges became variegated. It was fired at Cone 6 in an electric kiln.
Dimension: W – 9″ (22.9cm) x D – 9″ (22.9cm) x H – 2″ (5.1cm)
Available to own: $100 (plus shipping and handling)
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