Oct 9 2010

Glazing Pots!


Fall is in the air. Besides the applesauce I make every year it also means it’s wood-fire time again. Woot Woot! Here are some recent pots that will be fired-up soon. I tried spraying glaze on the outside of some of the pots that will be further back in the kiln. I’m really curious about the results. Stay tuned!

Jul 27 2010

Merry Christmas!


Hard to go wrong when you get a letter that says “GOOD NEWS!” One of the pieces I submitted to “Strictly Functional Pottery National” was accepted. I used my old Christmas return address stickers and some wise-guy from the Market House Craft Center put Merry Christmas on the outside of my envelope. Thank you Mickey for encouraging me to submit work. Here’s the mug that made the cut…woot woot!

Strictly Functional Pottery National: A national juried competition to select 95-100 quality pieces of functional pottery for this exhibition. It has been held annually since 1993, and is open free of charge to the public for one month. It is recognized as one of the top ceramic exhibitions in the country. “

Apr 22 2010

Bumper Stickers – Get ’em while they’re HOT!


Designed by yours truly; be the first in your neighborhood to sport your love of wood ash and wadding!

Mar 31 2010



Gearing up for woodfire season in the Pacific Northwest! These pots are ready for the kiln, the wood ash deposited during the firing will glaze the outsides. Woot woot!

Nov 3 2009

Fall Soulgama



Here’s a couple Austin Soulgama cups!

May 15 2009

Woodfire Results


Just unloaded a woodfire from MHCC and the results are pretty cool. Looks to be pretty heavily reduction-cooled; Lindsey would be proud.

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Apr 6 2009

Salting the Woodkiln


Snap, Crackle, Pop!


Apr 3 2009

Today Goodwill Rocks



So all you Goodwill hunters and gatherers will appreciate my enthusiasm today! Today I was at Goodwill and spotted a Tom Rohr woodfired pouring vessel. Sweet. Tom came down to Indiana University and did a woodfire workshop back in ’04 I think….when NCECA was in Indianapolis. At the time he was selling homebrew in the brewery jars with free refills! Click on the picture to check out Tom’s work.

***Update: I’m sad to report Tom’s untimely passing this summer. A great guy and a great potter, he will be missed. There is a place for community to share stories here.