An older wheel thrown piece fired with Mayco Cobblestone. REALLY neat stuff.
I was able to attend a workshop hosted by Lisa Bare Culp at her studio for glazing and it was AMAZING and so beneficial. Lisa is the head ceramic artist for Mayco glazes right here in the heart state, so she spends most of her day testing glazes and testing glazes, and testing some more glazes and different combos, and the results are amazing.
One of Lisa's gorgeous pieces.
I was at this past years Winterfair helping a friend out and she introduced me to a good potter friend who asked who I was taking classes from. I said Lisa’s name, and he said, “You’re in wonderful hands.” It’s true—I can’t complain and last night confirmed it. I can’t wait to see the finished tiles we created and I REALLY can’t wait to start stocking up my Mayco inventory. I have a few of their glazes and they’re great commercial glazes.
Anyways—I am back in the studio after a winter hiatus and in between the craziness, but it feels great.
Some test tiles of some really old toxic glazes. No wonder they're so pretty.
Part of a painting I've been working on for a southwestern painting set. Made me think of the test tiles from all the different colors.