Saturday, 26 February 2011

Some bowls from the last firing




These bowls are all from the last firing (packed when the temperature was minus 10 degrees centigrade) of the Bourry Box kiln - Skælskør Express at Guldagergaard.
They will be part of the exhibition I am having at "Craftco", Suffolk, UK in June.









These little pots are all thrown, not pinched. The one in front fired under the hobs - buried in the coals.

8 comments:

ang said...

very nice simple form and gorgeous deco :)) have a great show..

Gloria Freshley Art and Design said...

These are all so very lovely!! Beautiful!

Hollis Engley said...

I do love those pinched bowls.

Taylor said...

Once again, a great collection of pots. How do you like your coal-smothered pot?

Velma said...

just happened by, and these are wonderful pots. just lovely.

woodfirer said...

@taylor
I like the coal smothered pots almost best of all and find they sell to - to a particular type of woodfire enthusiast-buyer!

John Shirley said...

These are truly beautiful. I love the undulation of the sightly irregular forms as well as the subtlety of the surface, both color and treatment.

Wen Redmond said...

I adore the intense simplicity of these pots- ever sell them? online???