Sea Squirt Assortment

Opening the kiln on Sunday morning was surprising. My little squirts had attached themselves to the shelf stilts and required quite a bit of attention to free them. A few tipped over and joined in an intimate kiss. Ah, another good learning experience. Don’t use kiln stilts that were given to you & you don’tContinue reading “Sea Squirt Assortment”

Kiln findings

It’s been well over a year since opening the kiln last and I was surprised to find work waiting to be fired.  Two mugs, a canister that was supposed to be a tea pot, trials of some printmaking techniques and a few crazy sea squirt creations. Back in the winter of 2009, I had theContinue reading “Kiln findings”