majority of my ceramic work has its
origins in the thrown vessel form, from
which variations on themes are developed. After throwing
the pieces are cut
and reassembled with additions. When dry
the delicate task of carving and sanding
the surface of the pieces creates the
textures that are needed for finishing.
Several firings are then made to low
stoneware temperatures with different
glazes and slips, and then lustre fired
to around 700 degrees.