You've probably heard me say that pottery is artwork that is only really finished when it's in use. I love when people send me pictures of the ware, finally finished! My friend Ellen recently sent me this one:
The colors look great together, and I am especially proud that the plate shrunk to exactly the diameter of a standard cake, U.S.
Here's the link to Kenyon's website; I know there are images there because people are pinning to Pinterest boards from there, but no images show up when I click. Maybe you'll have beter luck. In any case, I think the the work is amazing and wanted to share!
I listed a new butter dish in the online Pottery Shop today. It was the only item from my last firing, aside from a couple of mugs, which did not immediately have a destination right out of the kiln. This is really cool, of course, but also a little weird for me.
It's got to be good, though, that it makes me doubly motivated to get in the studio and make stuff. No matter how much I love making, full shelves always discourage me.
Next firing is, hopefully, September 24th. I know I always end up pushing it back, but I need to have a date to shoot for.