Introducing... my Cone 10 High Fire line of wheel-thrown pottery! I love to throw pots on the wheel! It is truly a fun day when I focus on my pottery. From forming the ball of clay to start a new piece—to the end result of a twice fired vessel—it is a truly a rewarding experience.
Each piece is formed on the pottery wheel, dried to a "greenware" state and when dry, it is "bisque" fired in an electric kiln. Once it is out of the electric kiln and "bisqued", I glaze the piece with food safe glazes and fire it a second time in a Cone 10 reduction gas kiln. The process is a long one but very exciting. Custom pieces can be made, but it does take up to 6 weeks to complete at our "co-op" studio—as I share space with other potters. As long as you have time to wait, I can fulfill your request. Please email all requests through the contact page. In the near future, I will be adding my hand-built pottery—so stay tuned!
Each piece of pottery is photographed with a wine bottle next to it. This was purposely taken so you would understand the size of each piece in relation to the wine bottle. My thought was that everyone probably knows the size of a wine bottle, and it might be easier to visualize and realize the true size of the piece.