Here, potter Jasper Moore talks about copper brown glaze, oxidation, reduction, carbon monoxide, etc. Caleb was taking it all in.
Fiberglass balls hold the wicks in oil lamps.
There were vases in various shapes and sizes.
Here are three lovely rustic vases ranging from large to tiny. The large vase sports a textured finish. (I believe the clay had been pressed onto canvas to obtain the texture.)
There were vases of striking elegance
and vases that were captivatingly colorful.
There were plates with flowers...
... and plates that were flowers.
There was a goodly assortment of critters--
from perching birds,
to sea turtles,
to more birds,
to a raptor who looked quite at home displayed in front of a tree.
For the fairies and elves, there were toadstools and doors.
A few pieces I was quite taken with include a singer and a couple of boxes. The more I look at them, the more I like them.
|(Caleb's photo, my garden-stained thumbnail)|
Lots and lots of art; stay tuned for the band.