Anyways, here is the assignment board for Cer. 1-3 with their first assignments. I give them a rather open-ended assignment to start with and it is just to get them back to work and in the groove.
I had the good fortune of getting to spend the day in the studio. I made a bunch of mugs, dinner plates and some serving bowls. You know, the usual spread. Here are some freshly slipped mugs. I'm shying away from using slips on my work for awhile, at least until I get back into the wood kiln. That may be awhile but more on that in another post.
Mugs and plates.
Plate detail. I'm really fond of these loose meandering lines.
Perhaps my favorite decorating tool is a jigsaw blade. It makes this mark along with many others.
Porcelain yunomi with feet inspired by another potter. Care to take a stab at it?
The shelves starting to fill up, it feels good. It's been a long time since they've been full.
Here is an angle I've never shown before. This is my studio from the other side, if you were sitting at the wheel. Messy isn't it? I could clean it, but I'd rather make pots.