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The potters and their studio.
Ray at the wheel
Dinner plates and butter dishes along with the 16 oz. coffee mug that provided Sue with the fuel for a morning's work.
Prepared the slab roller and rolled out the clay between canvas to a thickness suitable for dinnerware (the top roller is adjustable).
Cleaned the canvas imprint off the clay with a scraper (actually a repurposed paint edger).
Cut out the shapes and draped them over the plaster molds Sue made and rounded the edges.
Sue finishing up another party size chip & dip.
Glazing & Firing
What the glaze area looks like after 2 intense days of glazing. Yikes! Get out the power washer!
Ware rack of glazed pots ready to be loaded.
Ray loading the stoneware kiln. A job that takes most of the day to get the right pots in the right places and lifting and balancing some mighty heavy shelves on 3 kiln posts each.
Kiln half loaded.
Our Studio Assistants
Callie the Corgi ~ 2006-2016~ The memories of this spunky pup will be with us always.
Handsome Barkley ~ Studio Cat during the day.
How your pots get to the UPS Store.
Yellow Lab Kea (white in Hawaiian)
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