Mmmm. Awww yeah. Check out dat glaze fit. Transparent. No crackles. Excellent. This is what turns my gears.
You can find a whole album like this on my facebook ceramics page: http://www.facebook.com/JohnMallonCeramics
Use Code ILESSTHANTHREEU and save cash-money on any purchase from my ETSY. If anything actually sells, maybe I’ll even list some more stuff.
Hey, so I was so tired after coming home from the studio last night that I fell asleep before posing this. I’ll make the offer valid on marcher 1st to compensate for my lateness.
If you’re interested in buying something I’ve posted, feel free to ask if it’s available; in fact, if anyone has any questions my ask box is open. For the rebloggers out there, these images are all available separately on my blog, so there’s no need to lift my content. (Just browse my archive, it’s there for you.)
Here’s another one that might stick out to people as being familiar.
The glaze kinda ran and pooled, and my foot went from being a small flared pedestal to a straight taper. I am over-all pretty satisfied, though.
The glaze, because I’m sure someone will ask, is Coyote’s “eggplant” on the outside, (Applied way too thick in several places) and amaco’s “true celedon” on the interior. poured and brushed.
I’m entering these in my school’s foundation art award as a group. I’ve felt kinda botanically inspired, and they really come together as a single composition, I think, being wares inspired by plant life. I don’t think I’ll win, since the winner is kinda based on what would look best as a poster, but there’s no harm in entering, right?
You might recognize one or two of these from earlier posts. Some were greenware, now they’re all glazed.
What do you think, poster material?