So. Many. Teapots!
Working on my craftsmanship and really trying to nail down a lid that fits well and spouts that won't dribble.
Teapot Set #intheworks.
Whole lotta lids. Whole lotta love. ❤😊❤
If you think it, you can make it. Currently playing around with the idea of making some chimineas. These are just some fun prototypes that will make a good tabletop size. Definitely want to work up to making a large scale one for my backyard. .
Historically chimeneas have been made out of fired clay and used for heating and cooking. These traditional designs can be traced to Spain and its influence on Mexico. The first use of a traditionally designed chiminea appears around 400 years ago.
The chiminea was once a daily life necessity that served a domestic purpose. The chiminea of the past was used indoors for heating and cooking, usually by an open window or in the center of the hut or home with an opening in the roof to allow smoke to escape. With the advent of the modern home, chimineas are now used outdoors mainly for entertainment in a backyard setting. .
Summertime, here I come!
Mixing glazes like a boss.
Well, this is exciting 😊
This is the first time I've ever entered my work to be judged. Nervous and excited 4SURE.
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When you're excited about your new wheel but have no clue how social media works 😞
Working on wheel throwing the base for a sculptural tree type thingy I'm working on. haha. #workinprogress This also so happens to be the tallest thing I've thrown to date. 14 inches so far 😊 Continually trying new things and to work with more clay defines the life of a potter.