This was a sort of test piece for the workshop I took this summer. On one side is a print from my screen, directly onto a bisque piece, in mayco wonderglazes. On the reverse, an underglaze transfer, using some fern stamps the instructor had on hand, and one of the sample screens that came with the screen making kit. (Also koi)
Those are my planters in the background. They’ve got a bit of everything. They’re actually quite a mess.
The handle came out a bit thin on this one.
But it’s so purple!
another cup. Do you sense a pattern here?
Metallic glazes are troublesome to photograph.
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
I should probably start selling my work again. It’s piling up, but people don’t seem super interested. It’s not gift season and the outdoor art festivals and bazaars haven’t started yet. Winter is dreary.