Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cornelius Shino Redux

I’m a bit cloudy on the source of this glaze, but I seem to remember receiving it from Karen Sullivan who taught ceramics at Cal Poly Pamona College in California (I think) when I attended a firing there with Phil … Continue reading

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In Praise of Shadows

Early this summer I had the honor of being invited, by a private online Tea Community, to create teawares as a special offering to its members. I created Tea Bowls and Cups each with its own presentation stand. The pieces … Continue reading

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Shino and Orange Peel

Since posting this Shino Tea Bowl on my facebook page I’ve received several emails asking what glaze combination(s) I used. The fact is this is a single application of a shino glaze I use quite often. The trick in achieving … Continue reading

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