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by: @begendim.sergiledim. . 💖 . .
It’s been a long time since i’ve been able to look at the body of work i produce all in single glance. these shelves in the studio have been useful, for having pieces as references easily available as opposed to being boxed up like they have been in the past. new pots will eventually replace these but mostly they’re older pieces from the past five years of p*t making. i like to keep back a good example from each batch of work, say a mug or a bowl, to understand it better, focusing on the qualities i like about it and what sets it apart from the others. sometimes it’s something so subtle, like the way the lip finishes or how the handle flows. i’ll sit the piece in front of me as i make and try my best to glance up at it occasionally so it influences what i’m doing.
all of these pots are coated with feldspathic glazes, crackle glazes that contain red iron oxide as a colourant. some are layered, such as the mug bottom left, a relic from my short career and a reminder to make more of these once my kilns arrive. the layer of white over dark green undulates around the form but there were many casualties as the glaze would often flow off the p*t down the overhanging handle. i’ll need to resolve this or i can wave goodbye to even more kiln shelves.