Tuesday, 28 July 2009

New Kiln Load

For some reason whenever I get into the workshop to open the kiln
the temperature is always 44 oc.
This is the controller I have on my Electric Kiln.
I thought That for the first Time I would take pictures of each shelf
when I have just opened the kiln
This is the top shelf.
This is the second Shelf.
and this is the bottom of the Kiln.
This small bowl is a test. I mixed my ash Glaze 50/50 with my light glaze.
This is a close up.
What a fantastic glaze I love it.
I had to stop a customer from buying this pot later in the day.
I sold them another one instead.
This is one of the jugs from the bottom of the kiln.

and this is a close up of the slip decoration.
and this lidded jar also came out.


traceybroome@mindspring.com said...

You're right, that is one of the prettiest green glazes I have seen. Definitely a keeper! Hard to believe that came from an electric kiln. It looks wood fired.

Hollis Engley said...

Damn, you're getting some fine looking pots, Paul.

Ron said...

I'm ready to see some of these in person

Christine--RHP said...

that green is really lovely!

Dirt-Kicker Pottery said...

That is a gorgeous kiln load.

Amy said...

beautiful pots! I really like the pics of the pots in the kiln on the shelves.

Matthew Kennedy said...

Cool work!

Pottery is the New Yoga?

Earlier in the year one of my daughters sent me a link to an article in Vogue magazine which stated "Pottery is the New Yoga"...