I’ve been busy this past week in the pottery as there are only a couple of weeks to go before ArtSpring2 at Tonbridge School. I wanted to have some more of the platters I’ve been making, inspired by rock and seaweed shapes I see at the beach we visit near Hastings. I’ve previously done some upright vase forms in that style too but I’ve been trying to find a new shape to use as the base form. It had to be simple, so that I could adapt it in different ways. I threw two vessels on the wheel a few days ago and made some alterations/marks on them whilst fairly wet. I’ve just turned the bases to get the final shape and now I’m excited about how they will look with the glazes on. I shouldn’t do this – there is so much that can go wrong in glazing and firing. Here’s hoping.
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