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I make all of my pieces individually on the potter's wheel or handbuild using a variety of techniques indcluding slabbing, pinching, and coiling.

The wheel thrown pieces are carved or textured one at a time, usually after they have been trimmed. I texture them in a number of ways, including stamping and rouletting with clay stamps.  The carved ones are done one at a time with various clay tools.

The clays are cone 5--one is a red clay, the other a tan body. Bisque and glaze firing are done in an electric kiln. Glaze firing is cone 6.  I mix most of my own glazes using a gram scale. Mastering Cone 6 Glazes by John Hesselberth and Ron Roy is my favorite glaze book, and many glazes that you see here are from this book. Some other glaze recipes I have found on the internet, including Charles Hughes Pottery. He shares many recipes, and they are beautiful!

Please click on thumbnails below to learn more about the works. Many of these works are available for purchase--just click on the picture of the one you are interested in. This website is not set up for making purchases. If you are interested in an item, please e-mail or call me for more information on size, price, etc. Please use the "Contact" page.