Friday, December 11, 2009


I don't have a whole lot to say on this Friday, except that it's been frigidly cold here all week (living in Colorado these couple years has made me soft - this is nothing to a good old Iowa winter!) and I haven't spent too much time in the studio.  Brief visit on Sunday allowed for some throwing and trimming, one stop on Tuesday to get some dried pots onto the firing carts, and an hour in glazing last night.  More glazing to come this weekend, and hopefully some pictures of pretty finished pots shortly after that.  I've still been working slower lately, trying not to throw any more than I've already sold or plan on gifting away.  But that's alright.  It's far to easy to let schedules and plans and appointments get away from you at this time of year, so trying to bring it down a bit is a good thing, overall.  So there you have it.  That's really all from me (aside from the following captions), so have a good weekend!

Some white vases, thrown on Sunday. 

Green vase.  I really enjoyed this result earlier this fall and this is the last of my red clay, so probably the last of this style.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Luke, I love the finish on this pot. Your work is very impressive. Seeing you work in clay makes me miss it, but painting is really taking ahold of me. As long as we are creating, that is what counts.
Have a good Christmas and check out my blog once in awhile to stay in touch. Diane