Monday, 28 December 2009

now that's what i call a kiln filler...


Created with flickr slideshow.


as i caused a minor catastrophe breaking some of the tiles for table 1 i had to do an emergency kiln load along with the recuts, and i'm happy...i did some slump plates using the textured rolling pin on the backs combining some ideas from the print workshop and my last glaze fire....happy jan!

10 comments:

  1. Looks great Angela,did you try the transfer paper on bisque?

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  2. hi anna yes i did the tiles were bisqued, can't tell the difference...

    hey gary thanks man..

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  3. beautiful plate ang... totally dig those wall pieces too

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  4. Wow, what beautiful plates and tiles; love the color combos, great slide show and love the texture on the back of the plates. sorry about having to refire; isn't that the way.

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  5. hey jim, ta mucho, was an excellent firing just had to slow it down a notch..

    hi linda, thanks i'm on the hunt for one of those rolling pins for home now! yeh that's just been this job all along...

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  6. really lovely plates ang...and the table came out well too! So envious of your weather as I am fed up of minus temperatures....amanda x

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  7. hi aj, very happy with those a new quick way to fill the kiln! aww thanks, mmm not sure you'd like today expecting 39C and 28C already it's 10am...hehehe hope you got some lovely snow for christmas...

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  8. LOVE the plates. Good firing. Happy New Year! Sounds like a telegram (stop).

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  9. hehehh thanks jb that the way i write anyway!!!stop happy new year to you..

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